RDML Butch Dolloga

RDML Butch Dolloga USN

Undersea Warfighting Development Center
2018 Joint Undersea Warfare Technology Fall Conference

Rear Admiral Dollaga is a native of Vallejo, California, and graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering.  He holds a Master’s Degree in Engineering Management from The George Washington University in Washington, DC.   

His sea tours include, division officer assignments on USS Los Angeles (SSN 688), engineer officer onboard USS Rhode Island (SSBN 740)(B), and executive officer on USS Cheyenne (SSN 773).  He commanded USS Charlotte (SSN 766) in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and was Commodore of Submarine Development Squadron 12 in Groton, Connecticut.
His staff assignments include Admissions Officer at the United States Naval Academy; Technical Assistant to the Director of Naval Nuclear Propulsion; Nuclear Officer Program Manager and the Submarine Officer Community Manager on the staff of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, Training, and Education); COMSUBPAC Prospective Commanding Officer Instructor (Submarine Command Course); Chief, Program and Budget Branch on the Joint Staff (J8) Directorate (Program and Budget Analysis Division); and Director, Congressional Liaison Appropriations Matters Office (FMBE) on the staff of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (FM&C).
He has completed three overseas deployments in Pacific Command and five strategic deterrent patrols in the Atlantic.  The units he served with collectively earned four unit awards, five Battle “E”s and U.S. Pacific Fleet’s Arleigh Burke Fleet Trophy.