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Michael D. Hardee

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Commander

Fleet Readiness Centers
 
Background

Employment History

  • Naval Air Systems Command Commander
    Fleet Readiness Centers
  • Chief Architect
    Fleet Readiness Centers
  • Captain
    Navy
  • Contributor
    Navy
  • Commander
    Navy
  • Rear Admiral
    Maglev Wind Turbine Technologies Inc
  • Member of Team
    Maglev Wind Turbine Technologies Inc
  • Commander
    Aviation Depots
  • Assistant Commander
    Aviation Depots
  • Commander
    Naval Air
  • Enterprise AIRSpeed Project Officer
    Naval Air
  • Chief of Staff
    Naval Aviation Repair
  • Assistant Program Manager for Systems Engineering
    Consolidated Automated Support Systems Automated Test Equipment

Education

  • Bachelor of Science Degree , Biological Sciences
    Old Dominion University
  • Masters Degree
    Naval Postgraduate School
21 Total References
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Rear Admiral Michael D. ...
www.americanalumnisociety.org, 30 July 2013 [cached]
Rear Admiral Michael D. Hardee, Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers, CNAF
Michael D. Hardee, class of ...
www.insidebiz.com, 5 June 2009 [cached]
Michael D. Hardee, class of '76, is the Naval Air Systems Command commander of Fleet Readiness Centers, and assistant commander for logistics and industrial operations. Hardee, who has held a variety of afloat and shore-based assignments, including sea tours aboard an amphibious ship, was responsible, as commander of DCMA Sikorsky aircraft, for the delivery of rotorcraft to the U.S. and allied nations. A former commander of aviation depots, he is an expert in the fields of Lean, Six Sigma and related concepts in aviation maintenance.
mtalk blog, Maintenance_News
maintenancetalk.com, 1 Oct 2006 [cached]
Michael D. Hardee was promoted to Rear Admiral (lower half) in a ceremony May 1, in the Rear Adm.
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Hardee is serving as the commander for NAVAIR's aviation depots and has been assigned as chief architect of Fleet Readiness Centers.
Hardee's captain shoulder boards were removed by his daughter Sarah and wife Marianne.His one-star shoulder boards were pinned with the one star by NAVAIR commandeer Vice Adm.
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Hardee graduated from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Va. with a bachelors of science in biological sciences and received his commission from Aviation Officer Candidate School in 1977.After flight training, he was designated a Naval Flight Officer and received his wings in 1978.Hardee acquired extensive operational and acquisition experience through a variety of afloat and shore-based assignments.He completed ship's company sea duty assignments onboard USS Shreveport, (LPD-12) earning his Surface Warfare Designation in 1982, USS Ranger (CV-61), USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) and fleet assignments at Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Naval Air Station North Island, Naval Air Station Miramar and Commander, Naval Air Forces Pacific Staff.
He graduated with a masters degree in the material logistics curriculum from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1988.Hardee was then assigned to Carrier Air Wing Two, where he served as air wing aircraft maintenance officer, and completed two Western Pacific deployments aboard USS Ranger, including a combat cruise during Operation Desert Storm.After completing the program management course at Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Va., Hardee was assigned to NAVAIR.He assumed his duties in Aviation Support Equipment, PMA-260 in 1992, where he served as the assistant program manager for Systems Engineering for Consolidated Automated Support Systems Automated Test Equipment (USM-636 CASS).During this tour, he completed PMA-260's (Aviation Support Equipment) Operational Evaluation (OPEVAL) in preparation for initial production of CASS.In 1995, he was assigned to Commander, Naval Air Forces, Pacific Fleet staff as the aircraft maintenance plans and policy officer, implementing more than 100 changes to the OPNAVINST.4790, the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program and continued research in Human Factors in aircraft maintenance with the Naval Postgraduate School.Assigned again to PMA 260 in 1999 as principal deputy program manager for Aviation Support Equipment program office, he became a certified Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM II) practitioner, responsible for the physical asset management of the Navy's common use Aviation Support Equipment.Hardee and his team won the Department of Defense Value Engineering award in 2001 for their accomplishments in RCM. Assuming command of DCMA Sikorsky Aircraft in November 2001, he was responsible for the contract management of and delivering rotorcraft and rotorcraft products from five major programs to U.S. military departments and allied nations.During his tenure, DCMA's flight activity won the agency's Major Flight Operations Safety award for 2002.
Assigned duties as the NAVAIR's Enterprise AIRSpeed Project Officer and Chief of NAVRIIP Staff in 2003, he was responsible for the planning, introduction and implementation of Lean, Six Sigma and Theory of Constraints in fleet aviation intermediate maintenance activities.
DoD News: Flag Officer Announcements
www.defenselink.mil, 1 April 2005 [cached]
Navy Capt. Michael D. Hardee has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral (lower half).Hardee is currently serving as Chief of Naval Aviation Repair Staff and AIRSPEED Project Officer, Patuxent River, Md.
Rear Admiral Michael D. ...
www.news.navy.mil, 16 Nov 2006 [cached]
Rear Admiral Michael D. HardeeCommander, Fleet Readiness Centers, CNAF
Rear Admiral Michael D. HardeeRear Admiral Hardee assumed his duties as CNAF's Commander of Fleet Readiness Centers in October 2006.Prior to that, he served as NAVAIR's Commander of Aviation Depots in 2005.
Graduating from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Va. with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Sciences, he received his commission from Aviation Officer Candidate School in 1977 and after attending flight training, was designated a Naval Flight Officer and received his wings in 1978.
Rear Adm.Hardee acquired extensive operational and acquisition experience through a wide variety of afloat and shore-based assignments.He has completed ship's company sea duty assignments onboard USS Shreveport (LPD-12), earning his Surface Warfare Designation in 1982, USS Ranger (CV-61), USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) and fleet assignments at Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Naval Air Station North Island, Naval Air Station Miramar, and Commander, Naval Air Forces Pacific Staff.
Following graduation with a Masters Degree in the Material Logistics curriculum from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1988, he was assigned to Carrier Air Wing 2, where he served as Air Wing Aircraft Maintenance Officer, completing two Western Pacific deployments aboard Ranger, including a combat cruise during Operation Desert Storm.
Upon completion of the Program Management Course at Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Va., Rear Adm.Hardee was assigned to Naval Air Systems Command.He assumed his duties in Aviation Support Equipment, PMA-260 in 1992, where he served as the Assistant Program Manager for Systems Engineering for Consolidated Automated Support Systems Automated Test Equipment (USM-636 CASS).During this tour, he successfully completed PMA-260's (Aviation Support Equipment) Operational Evaluation (OPEVAL) in preparation for initial production of CASS.
In 1995, he was assigned to Commander, Naval Air Forces, Pacific Fleet staff as the Aircraft Maintenance Plans and Policy Officer, implementing over 100 changes to the OPNAVINST.4790, the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program and continued research in Human Factors in aircraft maintenance with the Naval Postgraduate School.
Assigned again to PMA 260 in 1999 as principal deputy program manager for Aviation Support Equipment program office, he became a certified Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM II) practitioner, responsible for the physical asset management of the Navy's common use Aviation Support Equipment.Rear Adm.Hardee and his RCM team won the Department of Defense Value Engineering Award in 2001 for their accomplishments in RCM.
Assuming command of DCMA Sikorsky Aircraft in November 2001, he was responsible for the contract management of and delivery of rotorcraft and rotorcraft products from five major programs to U.S. military departments and allied nations.During his tenure, DCMA's flight activity won the agency's Major Flight Operations Safety Award for 2002.
Assigned duties as the NAVAIR's Enterprise AIRSpeed Project Officer and Chief of NAVRIIP Staff in 2003, he was responsible for the planning, introduction and implementation of Lean, Six Sigma and Theory of Constraints in Fleet aviation intermediate maintenance activities.
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