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LCDR Grant Hatten USN

April-2021

Lieutenant Commander Grant Hatten, Commanding Officer, Logistics Readiness Support Detachment BRAVO, United States Pacific Fleet, is a native of Portland, Oregon.  He earned a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science & Mathematics from Washington State University in 2002 and commissioned into the U.S. Air Force that same year via the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program.  In 2016, Hatten earned a Master’s in Business Administration  (MBA) from the University of Washington.  Hatten is currently enrolled in the U.S. Naval War College Command and Staff online program for Joint Professional Military Education Phase I (JPME I). He has been selected for promotion to Commander in FY2021.

Hatten served on active duty in the U.S. Air Force until 2007. In 2010, he received a new commission via the Direct Commission Officer (DCO) program into U.S. Navy Reserve as a Supply Corps officer.  His previous Navy Reserve (NR) assignments include Company Commander for Navy Cargo Handling Battalion FIVE, Training Officer for NR U.S. Pacific Fleet Logistics Readiness Center, Detachment 210 Headquarters, and Executive Officer for Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Unit ONE. 

Hatten mobilized in 2013 as the Assistant Officer-In-Charge for Logistics Task Force FOUR, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  In 2020, he served as the Mobilization Readiness Officer (N35) for Northwest Reserve Component Command (RCCNW) in support of COVID-19 relief efforts.

In 2018, Hatten was awarded the Navy League’s Vice Admiral Robert E. Batchelder Award for “significant personal contributions to supply readiness.”  His personal decorations include the Navy and Marine  Corps Commendation  Medal (four awards),   Air Force Commendation Medal.  Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal and Air Force Achievement Medal. He is a qualified Navy Expeditionary Supply Corps officer. 

In his civilian employment, Hatten is a Technical Project Manager for an international IT consulting firm. He has worked with clients such as Microsoft, DellEMC, and F5 Networks. He holds professional certifications as a Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Scrum Master (CSM).

In Case You Missed It

Thank you to all who joined our April Chapter Meeting to hear CDR (Sel.) Grant Hatten, SC, USNR cover “Globalization and the Great Power Competition.”  We are also excited to share our next two guest speakers:

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