Air Anti-Submarine Warfare Systems Program
The Air Anti-Submarine Warfare Systems Program Office (PMA-264) plays a critical role in developing, acquiring and sustaining airborne ASW systems and sensor requirements for the Fleet, the Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft program office, the H-60 Helicopter program office, the Persistent Maritime and the Unmanned Aerial Systems program office, and the Navy and Marine Corps Multi-mission Tactical Unmanned Air Systems program office.
Capt. Dennis Lloyd, U.S. Navy
Program Manager, Air Anti-Submarine Warfare Systems Program
A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Capt. Dennis “PinkF” Lloyd completed the Naval Reserve Officer Program and was commissioned an Ensign in August of 1997. After attending undergraduate training at Training Squadron TEN and 86 (VT-10/VT-86) at Naval Air Station Pensacola, he was designated a naval flight officer in February 1999.
Sea tours include two deployments flying the S-3B Viking as a part of the World Famous Sea Control Squadron (VS) 24 “Scouts” embarked aboard the USS Enterprise and USS Theodore Roosevelt in support of Operations Southern Watch, Enduring Freedom, and Iraqi Freedom. Following transition to the P-3C Orion, he completed subsequent tours with the Patrol Squadron FIVE (VP-5) “Mad Foxes” and as safety officer, maintenance officer, and operations officer for the VP-4 “Skinny Dragons” with deployments to the 5th, 6th, and 7th Fleet AORs.
Shore tours include fleet replacement squadron training periods at VS-41 and VP-30, and graduating as a part of Class 130 at the United States Naval Test Pilot School. During multiple tours at Air Test and Evaluation Squadron TWO ZERO (VX-20) he served as a development test naval flight officer / project officer for a variety of P-3C avionics, sonobuoys, sensors, and mission systems, deputy government flight test director/mission systems lead for the P-8A Poseidon, and as chief test pilot and commanding officer. He has also completed two tours in acquisition program management at the Advanced Sensor Technologies Program Office as the littoral surveillance radar system/advanced airborne sensor Integrated Product Team (IPT) Lead and as the P-8A co-IPT lead at Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft (MPRA) Program (PMA-290).
Lloyd’s personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (3), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (5), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (5), and numerous unit level and campaign awards. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Science degree in Systems Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School. He is an Acquisition Corps member and holds Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act certifications in test and evaluation (level III), program management (level III), and systems engineering (level I). He has accumulated over 3,000 flight hours and over 300 carrier landings in more than 20 type/model/series aircraft.
In June 2022, Lloyd assumed command of PMA-264 as program manager.
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