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Jim Scrofani

is the Director of the Center for Multiunit Studies (CMIS) at the Naval Postgraduate School where he is an Associate Professor since 2011. A United States Navy Captain, he was previously responsible for program management of an extensive R&D portfolio (2009-2011) at the National Reconnaissance Office, Advanced Systems and Technologies Directorate. He was also the Senior Naval Space Systems Engineering Duty Officer SPAWAR Space Field Activity and served as Senior Community Mentor and Certifying Officer for all space-qualified and designated Naval Engineering Duty Officers. His prior Navy experience includes assignments with the Multi-National Security Transition Command – Iraq as Commander, Operations Chief; National Reconnaissance Office, Advanced Systems and Technologies Directorate, Commander, Program Manager responsible for the execution of classified space and ground-based advanced technology demonstrations, and the Navy, Strategic Systems Program, responsible for all in-factory rocket motor development, production and operational support of the Navy's TRIDENT II missile systems. In addition, he has served as the Assistant for Arms Control to the Director, Strategic Systems Programs, responsible for all aspects of implementation and compliance with the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START). From 1989 to1994 he served as a Submarine Officer assigned to COMSUBGRU TEN, serving aboard the USS Spadefish (SSN-668). He has earned four degrees: PhD, Electrical Engineering, Naval Postgraduate School, 2005; MS with Distinction, Electrical Engineering, Naval Postgraduate School, 1997; MBA, Brenan University, 1994 and BS, Chemical Engineering, University of Florida 1987.


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