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Dean of Students


Cmdr. Paul Rasmussen

Cmdr. Paul Rasmussen
Dean of Students
 

CDR Rasmussen is currently the Naval Postgraduate School Dean of Students. In this position he serves as the Commanding Officer of the Student Military Element responsible for the health, welfare, student conduct and student affairs related to discipline, academic standing, accountability, travel, and military administrative matters. He joined the staff at NPS in October of 2015 and previously served as the Deputy Dean of Students.

CDR Rasmussen was commissioned in June of 1993 through NROTC at the University of California, San Diego with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. Operational assignments included two tours in Lemoore, CA with VFA-113 and VFA-25 flying the F/A-18C Hornet, as well as onboard USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70) as Assistant Air Officer (Mini-Boss) where he led 650 sailors in the safe and expeditious launch and recovery of aircraft.

In January of 2001, CDR Rasmussen was selected into the Pilot Exchange Program. After language training at DLI in Monterey, CA he reported to Landivisiau, France to fly the Super Etendard Modernised (SEM). Onboard the French nuclear carrier Charles de Gaulle he was attached to the French airwing with the 17th Attack Squadron.

CDR Rasmussen’s shore tours included USSTRATCOM in Omaha, NE where he served as Division Chief C4 systems support for the Global Operations Center responsible for ensuring Nuclear Command and Control communications for the Combatant Commander. CDR Rasmussen later joined the faculty of the Naval War College in the National Security Affairs (NSA) Department teaching JPME Phase I & II to joint/international officers.

CDR Rasmussen has an MBA from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln and graduated with distinction from the Naval War College in Newport, RI. Currently he is a PhD student at NPS in the field of Security Studies.

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