Commanding Officer Captain Daniel L. Lannamann, USN
Commander, Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center
CAPT Lannamann enlisted in the Navy as a Gunner's Mate (Missile) in 1983 and served on USS TOWERS (DDG 9). In 1988, he reported to Great Lakes as a Gunner's Mate “C” School Instructor.
While on shore duty, CAPT Lannamann enrolled in the Enlisted Education Advancement Program and then transferred directly into the Enlisted Commissioning Program. He was commissioned upon graduation from the University of Maine in 1994 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
CAPT Lannamann then reported to USS STOUT (DDG 55) as Electrical Officer and Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer. Next he reported to USS ASHLAND (LSD 48) as Auxiliaries Officer and Main Propulsion Assistant before reporting to the Naval Post Graduate School in 1998.
While at Naval Postgraduate School, CAPT Lannamann transferred into the Engineering Duty Officer community and earned a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2001.
Following graduate school, CAPT Lannamann reported to SUPSHIP Ingleside as a Ship's Repair Officer where he completed qualifications as Docking Observer and Engineering Duty Officer. CAPT Lannamann reported to SRF-JRMC Detachment, Sasebo as Production Officer in 2003.
From August 2006 to February 2007, he did an IA with the US Army Corps of Engineer’s, Gulf Region Division Baghdad, Iraq. During this time he was the Government Lead for all Electrical Transmission Reconstruction Projects throughout Iraq. In June 2007, he reported to PSNS & IMF where he worked Surface Ship’s in Everett. Then in August 2008, he returned to SRF-JRMC Detachment, Sasebo as OIC.
CAPT Lannamann reported as CARL VINSON (CVN 70) Chief Engineer in May, 2011 and served until September 2013. During this tour, VINSON completed a combat deployment to the Arabian Gulf. Additionally, during PIA-12, CAPT Lannamann was the Availability Manager.
In September 2013, CAPT Lannamann reported to Southwest Regional Maintenance Center as the Waterfront Operations, C300 Department Head. While C300, he over oversaw the planning and execution of all Depot Maintenance and Modernization for the 55 homeported Surface Ships and additional “topside” work on Carriers and Submarines in San Diego. He reported to CNSP as the ACOS for Maintenance and Engineering, N43, in June 2015.
CAPT Lannamann assumed Command of MARMC on 30 September, 2016.
Dennis G. Bevington
Executive Director, Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center
Originally from College Park, Maryland, Dennis Bevington served on active duty in the United States Navy from August 1970 until July 1979, and then again from May 1983 to August 2002. He attended and graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1983 with a Bachelor's Degree in Naval Architecture. He received a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1989. While on active duty, he qualified in submarines, and served as a department head and Combat Systems Officer, as well as Navigation/Operations Officer on USS Hammerhead (SSN 663).
While still on active duty as an Engineering Duty Officer, he was assigned to NNSY as a Submarine Project Superintendent, where he became an expert in public shipyard operations and processes of maintenance, repair and testing requirements for nuclear powered submarines. Continuing on active duty, he was assigned to Commander in Chief, US Atlantic Fleet Forces from 1999 to 2002, as the Fleet Maintenance Readiness Officer. In this capacity, he served as principle advisor to the Fleet Maintenance Flag Officer for all issues involving ship's material conditions, and readiness. He was honorably discharged from the Navy in 2002 with a rank of Commander.
From 2003 to 2007, as a Project Superintendent at Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY), he led the efforts on USS Georgia (SSGN 729) overhaul and refueling availability. A significant factor, concerning this availability was its requirement for a great deal of teaming between the public and private sector shipyards. This was a high visibility project that included a large amount of design-build, with cost and schedule performance depending greatly on the ability of the public shipyard to team with a major private shipyard.
From 2008 to 2011, he was the Project Superintendent of USS Tennessee (SSBN 734) $200 million overhaul at NNSY. This project was delivered under cost, and with the best quality and safety record in recent history at NNSY.
In 2011, he was selected to serve as the Executive Director of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center.
Captain Eric M. Williams
Executive Officer, Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center
Commander Williams is a native of Vaiden, Mississippi and 1984 graduate of Vaiden High School. Enlisting in the Navy in January 1985, he graduated Recruit Training Command Orlando, Florida. Follow on training included Interior Communications Electricians “A” School and a host of engineering technical training courses. In 1998, after serving at sea and ashore, Williams was selected and commissioned to Ensign under the Limited Duty Officer (LDO) program.
Command Tour: Commanding Officer, Surface Warfare Officers School Unit (SWOSU) Great Lakes, Illinois.
His Sea tours included duty on ships home ported in East and West coast ports as well as in Japan and include USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) and USS John S. McCain (DDG 56), where he was advanced to the rank of Chief Petty Officer. Subsequent Officer sea tours include Auxiliary/Repair Officer in USS Vella Gulf (CG 72), Main Propulsion Assistant in USS Ponce (LPD 15), Electrical Inspector/Senior Engineer in President Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV), Chief Engineer in USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) home ported in Yokosuka, Japan, appointment Chief Engineer in USS Denver (LPD 9), Chief Engineer in USS Essex (LHD 2) and USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) home ported in Sasebo, Japan.
Ashore assignments include Naval Historical Center Washington, DC, Machinery Systems Console Maintenance Course and Recruit Division Commander Great Lakes, IL and Maintenance Officer in Beach Masters Unit TWO Norfolk, VA. His Staff assignments as Assistant Chief of Staff for Training Readiness (N7) and Assistant Chief of Staff for Maintenance-Material Readiness (N43) and “Temporary appointment as Deputy Commander, Amphibious Force 7TH Fleet” Expeditionary Strike Group SEVEN Sasebo, Japan.
Commander Williams holds a Master of Arts Degree in Leadership Management from Webster University, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Work Force Development from Southern Illinois University and an Associates of Science Degree in General Studies from Central Texas College.
Personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (six awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (five awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (three awards), Good Conduct Medal (three awards) and various campaign and unit awards.
EMCM(SW/AW) Roberto O. Daubon
Command Master Chief, Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center
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