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Team Submarines

Mission Statement

Keeping America's Navy #1 in the world by developing, acquiring, modernizing, and maintaining the world's best Submarines and Undersea Systems.

Team Submarine

Team Submarine is a combination of Program Executive Office (PEO) Strategic Submarine (PEO SSBN), PEO Attack Submarines (PEO SSN), and PEO Undersea Warfare Systems (PEO UWS).The Team Submarine concept divides the single submarine-centric organization into specific PEOs with the goal of enhancing the structures and processes in the submarine research, development, acquisition, and maintenance communities. Team Submarine provides exceptional communication among the various offices that contribute to the overall success of the United States Submarine Force.

Team Submarine's PEOs

  • Program Executive Office, Strategic Submarines: PEO SSBN, Strategic Submarines, enables proactive and focused management for strategic deterrence, sustainment, and infrastructure. PEO SSBN is NAVSEA affiliated, and responds to the Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command.
  • Program Executive Office, Attack Submarines: PEO SSN manages Attack Submarine platform acquisition, development, and sustainment. Program offices executing design, development, acquisition, and delivery are aligned in one branch under the new construction SSNs Executive Director. In-service submarine program offices and Submarine Maintenance Engineering, Planning and Procurement (SUBMEPP) are aligned under the In-Service Executive Director, ensuring consolidated focus on improving submarine sustainment and maintenance availability.
  • Program Executive Office, Undersea Warfare Systems: PEO UWS, Undersea Warfare Systems, enables the delivery of enhanced combat capability, with improved cybersecurity and resiliency, to all submarine platforms. UWS positions Team Submarine to ensure undersea sensors and warfare systems in support of Distributed Maritime Operations. PEO UWS includes the undersea domain program integration office for Project Overmatch and organizes these programs, projects, and efforts to directly support DRPM Overmatch. All Team Subs Participating Resource Managers (PARM) program offices are aligned under PEO UWS. The offices are responsible for submarine training; submarine logistics; and the submarine safety.

PEO Attack Submarines

Rear Admiral David Goggins, Program Executive Officer for Submarines
Rear Admiral David Goggins
Program Executive Officer, Attack Submarines
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Ms. Lisa M. Radocha
Ms. Lisa M. Radocha
Executive Director, Program Executive Office, Attack Submarines
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Mr. Michael P. Breslin, Executive Director, In- Service Subs (SSN-C)
Mr. Michael P. Breslin
Executive Director, In- Service Subs (SSN-C)
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PEO Strategic Submarines

Rear Admiral Scott W. Pappano, Program Executive Officer, Strategic Submarines
Rear Admiral Scott W. Pappano
Program Executive Office, Strategic Submarines
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Executive Director, Amphibious Auxiliary and Sealift Office PEO Ships
Mr. Matthew D. Sermon
Executive Director, PEO Strategic Submarines
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PEO Undersea Warfare Systems

Rear Admiral Edward Anderson, Program Executive Office, Undersea Warfare Systems
Rear Admiral Edward Anderson
Program Executive Office, Undersea Warfare Systems
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Michael D McClatchey, Executive Director, Undersea Integration & Undersea Warfare Chief Technology Officer PEO Submarines
Michael D. McClatchey
Executive Director, PEO Undersea Warfare Systems
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Team Submarine Senior Enlisted

CMDCM(SS) Josh Sturgill 
Command Master Chief, Team Submarines 
(PEO SSN, PEO SSBN, PEO UWS)
CMDCM(SS) Josh Sturgill
Command Master Chief, Team Submarines (PEO SSN, PEO SSBN, PEO UWS)
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Team Submarines News
The Pennsylvania Talent Pipeline Project Expands to Pittsburgh
April 11, 2022 - PITTSBURGH, PA – The Navy held a Pennsylvania Talent Pipeline Project round table discussion on April 7, 2022, at the Community College of Allegheny County, West Hills Center.  The purpose was to gauge the Pittsburgh region’s...

Norfolk Naval Shipyard undocks USS La Jolla (SSN 701)
Nov. 30, 2017 - NORFOLK, Va. -- Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) successfully undocked USS La Jolla (SSN 701) Nov. 8.  La Jolla will remain pier-side to finish the final leg of its moored training ship (MTS) conversion that began in February...

Navy Accepts Delivery of the Future USS Colorado (SSN 788)
Sept. 21, 2017 - WASHINGTON - The Navy accepted delivery of the future USS Colorado (SSN 788), the 15th submarine of the Virginia-class, Sept. 21...

Washington (SSN 787) delivered to the Navy
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (May 27, 2017) An undated photo of the future USS Washington (SSN 787). The Navy accepted delivery of the 14th submarine of the Virginia-class May 26.
May 26, 2017 - WASHINGTON --The Navy accepted delivery of Washington (SSN 787), the 14th submarine of the Virginia-class, May 26...

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Earns SECDEF Maintenance Award
KITTERY, MAINE - Portsmouth Naval Shipyard workers gather in front of USS Alexandria (SSN 757) during its engineering overhaul, the fastest in the Navy's history.
Nov. 4, 2016 - KITTERY, Maine - Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (PNSY) was announced as the winner of the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) Robert T. Mason Award for Depot Maintenance Excellence for the record setting engineered overhaul of USS...

NAVSEA Remembers USS Thresher
NAVSEA commemorated the 53rd anniversary of the loss of USS Thresher (SSN 593) with a presentation by Bruce W. Harvey at the Washington Navy Yard April 6. Harvey, son of Lt. Cmdr. John W. Harvey, commanding officer of the Thresher at the time of the tragedy, was the guest speaker.
April 13, 2016 - Naval Sea Systems Command commemorated the 53rd anniversary of the loss of USS Thresher (SSN 593) with a presentation by Bruce W. Harvey at the Washington Navy Yard April 6...

Jabaley Relieves Johnson as Program Executive Officer for Submarines
Nov. 5, 2015 - WASHINGTON - Rear Adm. Michael E. Jabaley relieved Vice Adm. David C. Johnson as the Program Executive Officer for Submarines during a change of office ceremony Oct. 30 at the Washington Navy Yard...