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Dionel M. Aviles

Dionel M. Aviles

Dionel M. Aviles (born January 23, 1961)[1] was the United States Under Secretary of the Navy from October 8, 2004 to May 19, 2009.


Biography

A native of Bryan, Texas, Dionel M. Aviles graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering in 1983. He subsequently spent 1983 through 1988 as a surface warfare officer in the United States Navy. He retired from the Navy in 1988, though he remained an officer of the United States Navy Reserve.

After leaving the Navy, Aviles initially worked as a production support engineer, working on the Standard Missile and Phalanx CIWS programs. He then joined the Naval Air Systems Command, where he worked on developing the BGM-109 Tomahawk as part of the Naval Air Systems Command's Cruise Missile Project.

From 1991 to 1995, Aviles worked in the National Security Division of the George Washington University in 1993.

In 1995, Aviles became a professional staff member on the staff of the United States House Committee on Armed Services. There, his work focused on defense budgeting and finance issues. He also did work related to Navy shipbuilding and procurement.

Assistant Secretary Aviles awarding the Navy and Marine Corps Medal in 2004.

In 2001, President Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management), and Aviles served in this capacity from July 2001 until October 2004.

President Bush subsequently nominated Aviles as Under Secretary of the Navy and Aviles was sworn in as Under Secretary on October 8, 2004. He resigned in May 2009 and was replaced by Robert O. Work.

Notes

  1. ^ "NOMINATIONS BEFORE THE SENATE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE, FIRST SESSION, 107TH CONGRESS". Frwebgate.access.gpo.gov. Retrieved 2013-06-17. 

References

  • Biography at U.S. Navy website
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Preceded by
Charles P. Nemfakos
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller)
July 17, 2001 – October 8, 2004
Succeeded by
Robert L. Panek (acting)
Richard Greco, Jr.
Preceded by
Susan Livingstone
Under Secretary of the Navy
2004 – 2009
Succeeded by
Robert O. Work
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