Joseph Bouchard

Joseph Bouchard DEMDemocrat

United States Navy officer

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Joseph BouchardDEMDemocrat United States Navy officer
67
Years of Age
VAResidence (state)

Joseph F. Bouchard (born July 17, 1954) is a former United States Navy captain who retired in 2003 after 27 years on active duty. He commanded the destroyer USS Oldendorf and Naval Station Norfolk, the world's largest naval base.

Education5 - 5 of 3
Stanford University
PhD
1989
Naval Postgraduate School
MA
1981
United States Naval Academy
BS
1976
Past Positions1 - 3 of 3
Delegate
Captain
United States Navy
1976 - 2003
Director of Government Sales
Cox Communication
Other Experience1 - 14 of 14
Member
Board of Directors, Virginia Maritime Association
2007 - Current
Chair
Strategic Planning Committee, CIVIC Leadership Institute
2005 - Current
Member
Board of Directors, CIVIC Leadership Institute
2005 - Current
Member
Port Protection and Emergency Control Committee
2004 - Current
Member
Board of Directors, Cypress Point Civic Association
2004 - Current
Member
Board of Directors/Editorial Board, United States Naval Institute
1998 - 2000
Member
Navy League of the United States
Member
Advisory Committee, Maritime Institute, Old Dominion University
Member
Advisory Committee, WHRO Center for Regional Citizenship
Member
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Member
United States Naval Institute
Member
Board of Directors/Planning Committee, Future Hampton Roads
Member
Advisory Committee, Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facility Alliance
Member
Hampton Roads Technology Council