Navy Biography

Rear Admiral Scott A. Weikert

Retired 1 Oct 2013

Rear Admiral Scott A. Weikert

Rear Adm. Weikert reported to Naval Facilities Engineering Command as the deputy commander and deputy chief of Civil Engineers in October 2010. He previously served as deputy commander, First Naval Construction Division, Norfolk, Va.

A native of York, Pa., Weikert enlisted in the Navy in August 1974. After completion of nuclear power training, he was commissioned through the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps program at Drexel University in 1981 where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. He earned a Master’s in Business Administration from Pennsylvania State University in 2000.

His active duty assignments include tours with Amphibious Construction Battalion Two, Little Creek, Va.; Northern Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Philadelphia; and, resident officer in charge of construction at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard.

Affiliating with the Navy Reserves in 1987, Weikert served as the operations officer of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 21, Lakehurst, N.J., the 2nd Naval Construction Brigade, Norfolk, and the 7th Naval Construction Regiment, Newport, R.I.

Weikert’s command assignments include NMCB 27, Brunswick, Maine; 7th Naval Construction Regiment, Newport, R.I.; and, Naval Engineer Forces Korea. While commanding the 7th Naval Construction Regiment, the regiment was mobilized in July 2004 where Weikert served as the deputy commander and chief of staff of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force Engineer Group, Camp Fallujah, Iraq, providing general engineering and construction services in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

In his civilian occupation, Weikert is an equity partner with Commodore Builders, Inc., headquartered in Boston, providing general contracting services throughout New England. His military awards include the Legion of Merit (2 awards), Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (2 awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (3 awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2 awards) and various other service decorations.

Updated: 24 October 2013