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Lieutenant Commander David Forman earned his commission from the United States Naval Academy in 1998 and graduated with a B.S. in History, with Merit. Following Navy SCUBA School in Panama City, Fla. he completed Navy Nuclear Power School and Prototype training in Charleston, S.C.
LCDR Forman initial sea duty was on USS L. MENDEL RIVERS (SSN-686), based in Norfolk, Va., which included an arctic mission followed by decommissioning in Bremerton, Washington. He continued his sea duty on USS CHICAGO (SSN-721), based in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and twice deployed to the Western Pacific.
After earning an M.S. in Operations Analysis from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif. and simultaneously completing Phase I of his Joint Professional Military Education with highest honors, LCDR Forman reported to USS Wyoming (SSBN-742)(GOLD) as the engineering officer and completed three strategic deterrent patrols.
LCDR Forman then served as the flag secretary to the superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy. During this tour he also served as the Designated Federal Officer for the Naval Academy Board of Visitors, a Federal Advisory Committee, and as a member of the Naval Academy Athletic Association Board of Control.
LCDR Forman then reported back to Pearl Harbor as the Executive Officer on USS Columbus (SSN-762) and completed one Western Pacific deployment.
He is married to the former April Varnadore of Charleston, S.C. They have three children.