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R3 welcomes Craig Marsh

11.11.2013 | Events

CraigMarshR3 is excited to welcome Craig Marsh to the R3 team. Craig retired from the U.S. Navy in 2013 with over 25 years of service as a Master Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician and Command Master Chief (CMC). His distinguished Navy career included a variety of worldwide leadership assignments including service as CMC of Task Force 56 in Bahrain, Navy Senior Enlisted Advisor at CJTF Troy in Iraq, and CMC of Naval Special Clearance Team ONE in San Diego.

Craig brings exceptional leadership and management experience in EOD, counter-IED, and underwater mine countermeasures operations to the R3 team. In addition to operational EOD and UMCM assignments, Craig taught IEDs, underwater tools and techniques, and EOD tools and methods at the Naval School EOD. As the EOD School’s Learning Standards Officer, he directed curriculum development and the certification of more than 200 high risk instructors and developed an Academic Review Board process that was lauded by Navy Education and Training Command as a “best practice.”

Craig is a qualified master EOD technician and master training specialist. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Excelsior University, suma cum laude. He is a graduate of the Air Force Senior Enlisted Academy and the Naval War College Command Master Chief Course and completed a prestigious KEYSTONE Fellowship at the Joint Forces Staff College. The KEYSTONE program is a resident-based course that prepares command senior enlisted leaders for service in a flag officer joint headquarters and parallels the General and Flag Officer CAPSTONE Course.

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R3 welcomes Bruce Bosworth

11.11.2013 | Events

bruce_bosworthR3 is pleased to announce the addition of Bruce Bosworth to our company in November 2013. Bruce recently retired from the U.S. Navy after more than 22 years of service as a Explosive Ordnance Disposal Officer and Surface Warfare Officer. He served in a wide variety of assignments including Surface Warfare, EOD, Coastal Riverine Force, and Navy Reserve management. He has a diverse background in EOD, diving and salvage, training management, fiscal management, requirements development, and homeland defense.

A Naval Academy graduate, Bruce began his Navy career as a Surface Warfare Officer with service on a cruiser, USS Wainwright (CG-28), and as an Officer-in-Charge in Assault Craft Unit FIVE before transitioning to the Special Operations/EOD community. Bruce’s worldwide service includes duty in Charleston, SC; Agana, Guam; Kings Bay, GA; Washington, DC; Naples, Italy; and San Diego, CA with deployments to the Mediterranean, Western Pacific, Caribbean, and Africa.

Bruce commanded EOD Mobile Unit SEVEN and Navy Operational Support Center, Portland, OR. His staff assignments include serving as EOD Requirements Officer for the Chief of Naval Operations, EOD and Expeditionary Warfare Officer at U.S. SIXTH Fleet, and Chief Staff Officer for Coastal Riverine Group ONE.

Bruce holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the U.S. Naval Academy and a Masters of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College. He is a certified Project Management Professional. His experience in joint EOD, maritime security, riverine, and expeditionary operations make him a great addition to R3. We are excited to have Bruce join our team.

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