Captain Michael Majewski
Commander, Submarine Squadron 7
CAPT Mike Majewski, a native of Toledo, Ohio, enlisted in the Navy as an Electrician’s Mate in 1991. Following the nuclear training pipeline, he received an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy and graduated in 1996 with a degree in Systems Engineering. He later earned a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and upon completion of the Joint Advanced Warfighter School he was awarded a master’s degree in Campaign Strategy and Planning from the National Defense University.
His sea tours included serving as Division Officer and Quality Assurance Officer in USS TUCSON (SSN 770), Combat Systems Officer and Quality Assurance Officer in USS NEWPORT NEWS (SSN 750), and Executive Officer in USS CHEYENNE (SSN 773). He commanded USS TOLEDO (SSN 769), leading a team that conducted an extended seven month deployment to the Indian Ocean and FIFTH FLEET Area of Responsibility.
His shore assignments include serving as the Assistant Professor of Naval Science at the Pennsylvania State University; as Senior Weapons Evaluator on the COMSUBLANT Tactical Readiness Evaluation (TRE) Team; as the Navy Special Projects Officer for Joint Chiefs of Staff, Director of Intelligence (J2); and as the Deputy Commander for Training for Submarine Squadron SEVEN in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii where he and his team successfully trained and deployed eight submarines in a two year period.
CAPT Majewski’s most recent assignment was as the Deputy Director for Nuclear Propulsion Programs for the Chief of Naval Personnel (OPNAV N133). In this assignment, he was directly responsible for the pay and personnel policies of over 21,000 Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program personnel in the Surface, Submarine, Aviation and Engineering communities, both officer and enlisted.
His personal awards include the Legion of Merit, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, and the Meritorious Service Medal (two awards). He is proud to have been a part of teams awarded the Navy Unit Commendation, Meritorious Unit Commendation (three awards), and Battle Efficiency “E” (three awards).