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USS New Orleans (LPD-18)

CAPT. Philip S. Miller, USN

CAPT P. Scott Miller is a second generation Naval Aviator and a 1994 graduate from the United States Naval Academy with Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He holds a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College and is a graduate of the Navyís Nuclear Power Program.

After earning his wings in 1997, he completed F/A-18C Fleet Replacement Squadron training with VFA-106 at NAS Cecil Field. CAPT Millerís career includes operational tours with Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 34 at NAS Cecil Field and NAS Oceana; VFA-87 at NAS Oceana; as Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of VFA-192 at NAF Atsugi and NAS Lemoore; and as the Executive Officer of USS JOHN C. STENNIS at Bremerton WA.

Ashore, he served as a VFA-106 Instructor Pilot and Landing Signals Officer at NAS Oceana; as Flag Lieutenant for Commander, U.S. Fifth Fleet/U.S. Naval Forces Central Command; and on the Joint Staff J-8 as the author of the Secretary of Defenseís Global Force Management Implementation Guidance.

His decorations include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, three Meritorious Service Medals, four Strike Flight Air Medals, Navy Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, and various campaign and unit level awards to include five Battle Efficiency Awards. He has accumulated over 3,100 flight hours and more than 700 carrier arrested landings.

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