Simon Rogers

Military Professor Joint Military Operations Department
Cmdr., Royal Navy
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Biography

Commander Simon Rogers is a surface warfare officer in the Royal Navy. He was appointed to the Joint Military Operations Department in the summer 2020 after graduating from the U.S. Naval War College. Specializing as a principal warfare officer (PWO), he has served on a range of platform types during his 23 years at sea and has commanded two mine countermeasures vessels on deployments to Bahrain. Ship deployments have ranged from the Arctic to the Falkland Islands as well as the Caribbean to India that have included operations supporting counter narcotics, counter piracy, NATO missions and Operation TELIC (Iraqi Freedom).

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Areas of Expertise

  • Command and Control
  • Counterdrug Operations
  • Leadership
  • Mine Warfare
  • NATO
  • Surface Warfare

Professional Highlights

2016

Commander Sea Training Mine Warfare and Patrol Vessels

Flag Officer Sea Training (FOST)
2011

Commanding Officer Mine Countermeasures Vessel

Education

B.A. (Single Honors), University of Wales, History

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