Sebastián A. Marcó

Fellow Joint Military Operations Department
Capt., Argentine Navy
Sebastián A Marcó faculty photo

Biography

Argentinian Navy Capt. Sebastián Marcó graduated from the Naval Academy in 1993. He specialized in naval communications (1996) and submarines (1997). He graduated from the Argentinian Naval War School in 2009 and went on to command an auxiliary surface ship in 2010 and a T-209-class submarine from 2016-17. Before coming to the U.S. Naval War College, he was the director of the Submarine School. Capt. Marcó has a degree in naval systems and is finishing his studies in physics at Mar del Plata University. He has an Antarctic navigation specialization from the Hydrographic Service and is a certified instructor of the IRC’s “Armed Conflict International Law.” He is from Buenos Aires.

Contact Information

Areas of Expertise

  • Latin America
  • Peace Operations
  • Submarine Warfare

Professional Highlights

2019

NWC - Naval Command College

2018

Director of the Submarine and Diving School

2017

Staff officer during submarine ARA “San Juan” International SUBSAR Operation

2016

Commanding Officer of T-209 Class Submarine

2013

Staff Officer in the UN Peace Keeping Force in Cyprus

2011

XO of T-209 Class Submarine

2010

Commanding Officer of an Auxiliary Surface Ship

2003

International Instructor in the Peruvian Submarine School

Education

B.A., Instituto Universitario Naval, "Naval Systems"

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