CDR Michael Goldschmidt

CDR Michael Goldschmidt

Dates of Service: May 1984 - May 2006
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  • ENS May 84
  • LTJG May 86
  • LT Aug 87
  • LCDR Sep 95
  • CDR Oct 02
Commissioning Source:  ROTC, May 1984

Recent Activity  -

Military Experiences

Dec 2002 - Jun 2003
Vulnerability Assessment Team Chief
Forward depolyed. Led joint service assessment teams to evaluate vulnerabilities and possible attack scenarios at bases across the Middle East and eastern Afghanistan.
Jun 2000 - Aug 2002
Reserve N1
Reserve Manpower Officer on the Reserve IDF Staff Joint Reserve Unit, drilling out of Devens, MA.
Sep 1998 - Apr 2000
Staff Weenie
First double-hatted as Regional Operations and Training Officer (N3/N7) for Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and southern New York, while Executive Officer of adjacent Naval Reserve Center. This became my primary duty when Reserve Center merged with Staff. Transitioned to Regional Manpower Officer (N1) when more senior N1 transferred.
Mar 1998 - Apr 1999
Executive Officer
Led daily operations for the 3rd largest Naval Reserve Center on the eastern seaboard, serving 1,800 reservists. Our 35 sailor staff won the Sidney Fields Trophy for best large reserve center in our region, two years in a row.


(7 months)
Dec 2002 - Jun 2003
US Central Command AOR
Vulnerabilty Assessment Team Chief for USCENTCOM's Joint Security Directorate. Commanded a team of officers and senior NCOs conducting anti-terrorism/force protection missions to bases in Qatar, Bahrain, and eastern Afghanistan. Never lost a team member. Everyone came home.

Military Credentials

Individual & Special Skill Schools

Feb 1999

Commanding Officer Ashore

Jun 1998

Reserve Center Training Officer

Jul 1991

Port Security Manager


Dec 1990

Rifle Marksman

Jul 1981

Pistol Expert

Security Clearance
None / Expired

Academic Degrees

Academic Degrees

1980 - 1984

Pennsylvania State University

Bachelor's Degree, Economics

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