Capt. John K Green, assumed his current position as program manager for the Airborne Electronic Attack Systems and EA-6B Program Office (PMA-234) in November 2009.
A native of Spokane, WA, Green graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1987 and was designated a Naval Flight Officer in 1989. Operational tours include assignments with EA-6B Prowler squadrons VAQ-134 and VAQ-137, where he completed two combat deployments to the Persian Gulf.
In 1999, Green received orders to the EA-6B Aircraft Program (PMA-234) at the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) as a newly selected Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer. While at PMA-234, he managed the aircraft’s wing center section replacement program and numerous EA-6B depot and field modification team projects.
Follow-on assignments at NAVAIR included tours with the Air Combat Electronics Program office (PMA-209), AIR-1.0 (Program Management Competency), the F/A-18 and EA-18G Aircraft program office (PMA-265), and leadership over the NAVAIR Total Force Management Office (AIR-7.3). His specific roles have included leadership over the ARC-210 Radio program, Advanced Mission Computers and Displays program, and APG-79 AESA Radar program.
In 2007, Green deployed to Iraq as an Individual Augmentee. He served for nine months as the Electronic Warfare Fielding and Engineering officer for the Army’s 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command (a division level command with 15,000 troops) and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal.
Green has received Master's degrees from the Naval Postgraduate School (Aerospace Engineering) and the U.S. Air Force Air Command and Staff College. His personal awards include the Bronze Star Medal, Air Medal (3), Meritorious Service Medal (3), Navy Commendation Medal (2), and Navy Achievement Medal