CAPTAIN DANIEL J. SENESKY, USN
Commanding Officer/Professor of Naval Science, NROTC Unit Tulane University.
Captain Senesky hails from Belleville, NJ. He received his commission from the Pennsylvania State University NROTC program in 1991, after earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcasting. Upon graduation, he attended Surface Warfare Officers School in Coronado, CA.
His afloat assignments include: USS PYRO (AE 24) as the Boilers and Machinery Division Officer, USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70) as the OI Division Officer, USS FITZGERALD (DDG 62) as the Operations Officer, COMDESRON TWO THREE (CDS 23) as the Operations Officer, USS HIGGINS (DDG 76) as the Executive Officer, and USS GARY (FFG 51) as the Commanding Officer.
His assignments ashore include: Surface Warfare Officers School (SWOS) as a Combat Systems Instructor, Commander Naval Surface Forces (CNSF) as the Training Innovation Officer, Chief of Naval Operations Surface Warfare Directorate (OPNAV N86) as Head of the Air and Missile Defense Section, United States Central Command Headquarters Operations Plans Division (CENTCOM J3P) as the head of the Central Gulf Branch, and Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Actions Group (OPNAV N00Z) as a member of the Navy Asia-Pacific Advisory Group. He most recently served as the Commanding Officer of Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story.