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Michael H. Miller

United States Admiral
Male
Born 1952

Michael Harold "Mike" Miller is a vice admiral in the United States Navy, and was the first active-duty officer to direct the White House Military Office. He is currently serving as the 61st Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy.

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CHILDHOOD

1952 Birth Born in 1952.

TWENTIES

1974 22 Years Old Miller was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree and commissioned at the United States Naval Academy in 1974.
1976 24 Years Old He earned his "Wings of Gold" at Pensacola in January 1976. … Read More

FORTIES

1999 47 Years Old Following Coronado, Miller was assigned as the Operations Officer for the Seventh Fleet on board, home ported in Yokosuka, Japan. He returned to John F. Kennedy in August 1999 as her 23rd Commanding Officer, and left almost immediately for an extended deployment to the Persian Gulf.
2000 48 Years Old He reported for duty as the Deputy Director of the White House Military Office (WHMO) in November 2000. Miller was commissioned as a Deputy Assistant to the President and the first-ever active duty Director of the White House Military Office in November 2002. Miller assumed command of Carrier Strike Group Seven/Ronald Reagan Strike Group on April 15, 2005.

FIFTIES

2008 56 Years Old As of 2008, he is Chief of the Navy's Office of Legislative Affairs. … Read More
2010 58 Years Old On August 3, 2010, Miller relieved Vice Admiral Jeffrey Fowler as Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy.
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