Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs)

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United States
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
(Manpower and Reserve Affairs)
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Incumbent
Juan M. Garcia III

since September 16, 2009[1]
Formation September 1960
First holder Randolph S. Driver

The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) (abbreviated as ASN M&RA) is a civilian office in the United States Department of the Navy. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) reports to the Under Secretary of the Navy who in turn reports to the United States Secretary of the Navy.

The office of Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) was created in 1968. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) is responsible for recruiting all of the personnel of the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps, including military personnel (both active and reserve), government civilians, contractors, and volunteers. Since 1993, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) has been assisted by the Department of the Navy Force Management Oversight Council, an advisory council of senior military and civilian personnel in the Department of the Navy.

Organization of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs)[edit]

The principal deputies of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) are:

The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) oversees the following organizations:

The principal military advisors of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) are:

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs), 1968—Present[edit]

Name Assumed Office Left Office President Appointed By Secretary Served Under
Randolph S. Driver September 1968 January 1969 Lyndon B. Johnson Paul Robert Ignatius
James D. Little March 1969 March 1971 Richard Nixon John Chafee
James E. Johnson June 1971 September 1973 Richard Nixon John Chafee, John Warner
Joseph T. McCullen, Jr. September 1973 April 1977 Richard Nixon John Warner, J. William Middendorf
Edward Hidalgo April 1977 October 1979 Jimmy Carter W. Graham Claytor, Jr.
Joseph A. Doyle December 1979 January 1981 Jimmy Carter Edward Hidalgo
John S. Herrington October 1981 February 1983 Ronald Reagan John Lehman
Chapman B. Cox June 1983 June 1984 Ronald Reagan John Lehman
Chase Untermeyer December 1984 April 1988 Ronald Reagan John Lehman, Jim Webb
Kenneth P. Bergquist June 1988 November 1989 Ronald Reagan William L. Ball, Henry L. Garrett III
Barbara S. Pope November 1989 January 1993 George H. W. Bush Henry L. Garrett III, Sean O'Keefe
Dorothy M. Meletzke (acting) January 1993 November 1993 John Howard Dalton
Frederick Pang November 1993 October 1994 Bill Clinton John Howard Dalton
Bernard D. Rostker October 1994 October 1998 Bill Clinton John Howard Dalton
Carolyn H. Becraft October 1998 January 2001 Bill Clinton Richard Danzig
Bonnie Morehouse (acting) January 2001 July 2001 Gordon R. England
William A. Navas, Jr. July 17, 2001 George W. Bush Gordon R. England, Donald C. Winter
Anita K. Blair January 7, 2008 George W. Bush Donald C. Winter
Harvey C. Barnum, Jr. (acting) January 20, 2009 Donald C. Winter
Juan M. Garcia III September 16, 2009 Barack Obama Ray Mabus

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