Sasebo Detachment Officer In Charge

OIC CDR Armandt

Singapore Detachment Officer in Charge

Commander David Armandt
United States Navy


Commander David Armandt is a native of Boston, MA and a 2006 graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He holds a Master of Science in Applied Physics from Naval Post Graduate School.  

His sea tours include USS JOHN S MCCAIN (DDG 56) as the Electrical and Main Propulsion Division Officer, and USS SHOUP (DDG 86) as the Fire Control Officer. After transferring to the Engineering Duty Officer community in 2011, he attended Naval Diving and Salvage Training School, obtaining the Diving & Salvage Officer qualification.

His initial EDO tour was as a Project Superintendent at U.S. Naval Ship Repair Facility (SRF), Yokosuka Japan. He then served as the Pacific
Fleet Diving & Salvage Officer and SRF Program Manager at Commander Pacific Fleet in Hawaii. His next assignment was as the Assistant Operations Officer, Diving Officer and Deputy Project Superintendent at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine. His most recent tour was at Commander, Logistics Group Western Pacific, Commander, Task Force SEVEN THREE as the Assistance Chief of Staff for Maintenance. These functions were split off and realigned creating SRF Detachment Singapore.

CDR Armandt’s decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal and various campaign, unit and service awards.

He is married to the former Marissa Nago from Hilo, HI, and has two children, Sophia (8) and Asher (3).


Interests include functional fitness and StrongFirst kettlebell training, outdoor ocean sports, theology, astronomy, religious education, and craft brewing.




電気・主推進ディビジョンオフィサーとしてUSSジョン・S・マケイン(DDG 56)、火器管制オフィサーとしてUSSシャウプ (DDG 86)を含む艦船乗務に従事。2011年に技術専任オフィサー(以下EDO)に転任後、海軍潜水・サルベージ訓練学校に通い、潜水・サルベージオフィサーの資格を取得。