Navy Biography

Rear Admiral John J. Adametz

COMMANDER, NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND PACIFIC/U.S. PACIFIC FLEET CIVIL ENGINEER

Rear Admiral  John J. Adametz

Rear Adm. Adametz is a native of Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania and a 1989 graduate of Virginia Military Institute with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.  He holds a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Pennsylvania State University, an Executive Master of Business Administration from Naval Postgraduate School, and completed the Executive Management Program at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business.

Adametz’ operational tours include electrical officer, USS Nashville (LPD-13); training officer/officer-in-charge of Detail St. Lucia, U.S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 7; contracting officer, NATO Kosovo Force J4 Engineers; and commanding officer, Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 7.  He also served as commodore of Naval Construction Group 2, the Atlantic Fleet Seabees.

His shore assignments include assistant resident officer in charge of construction, Naval Air Station, Oceana, Virginia; flag housing officer, Public Works Center, Norfolk, Virginia; assistant public works officer, Naval Station Rota, Spain; executive officer, The Presidential Retreat, Camp David, Maryland; Facility Support and Joint Basing Program director, Commander, Navy Installations Command; Expeditionary Readiness Program director, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations; and operations officer, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid Atlantic.  He commanded Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest and Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center.

Adametz is a registered professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia, a member of the Defense Acquisition Corps, and a qualified Seabee Combat Warfare Officer, Surface Warfare Officer, and Fleet Marine Force Officer.  He holds professional credentials as a Project Management Professional, Certified Facility Manager, and Certified Energy Manager, and is a member of the Society of American Military Engineers.



 


Updated: 26 September 2018