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Lieutenant Mathew McIntyre, USN

Assistant Professor of Naval Science

Junior & Senior Advisor


LT McIntyre

LT Mathew McIntyre is a native of Arvada, Colorado. Upon graduation from Arvada West High School in 2008, he attended the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.

 He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 2012 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and orders to Naval Nuclear Power School in Charleston, SC. Upon completion of Power School, he completed Submarine Officer Basic Course in Groton, CT en route to Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit Ballston Spa, NY. After the successful completion at NNPTU Ballston Spa in December 2013, he received orders to USS HENRY M JACKSON (SSBN 730)(BLUE), stationed out of Bangor, WA.

 While serving onboard JACKSON, he completed five Strategic Deterrent Patrols.  He served as the Reactor Control Assistant for three Patrols, and the Assistant Engineer and Tactical Systems Officer for one Patrol.

 In August 2015, he earned his Submarine Warfare Qualification and completed the  Prospective Nuclear Engineer Officer School (PNEO).   In October 2016, he and his wife, Rebecca, were married.

 In April of 2017, he reported to the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Unit, University of Utah where he is currently serving as Assistant Professor of Naval Science and Junior/Senior student advisor.

 LT McIntyre’s awards include Navy Achievement Medal (2 awards) and various unit, service and campaign awards.

Last Updated: 5/18/17