Navy Appoints Rear Adm. Stephen Williamson as NAVSEA Deputy Commander for Logistics, Maintenance & Industrial Operations

Stephen Williamson

Navy Rear Adm. Stephen Williamson, fleet maintenance director at the U.S. Pacific Fleet, has been named deputy commander of logistics, maintenance and industrial operations at the Naval Sea Systems Command.

Acting Navy Secretary Sean Stackley and Adm. John Richardson, chief of naval operations, announced Williamson’s new assignment in a Defense Department release published Friday.

Williamson previously held various engineering roles at the Navy such as deputy project superintendent and docking officer at Norfolk Naval Shipyard; officer in charge of the Fleet Technical Support Center detachment Mayport; combat systems repair officer at Southeast Regional Maintenance Center; and 48th commander of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility, among others.

He also served as damage control assistant on USS Lynde McCormick and first lieutenant on USS Long Beach.

Williamson joined the military through the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps program at the University of Maryland.

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