John Kroger was Appointed as Chief Learning Officer at United States Department of the Navy

Date of management change: September 10, 2019 

What Happened?

Washington, DC-based United States Department of the Navy Appointed John Kroger as Chief Learning Officer


About the Company

The U.S. Navy is comprised of more than 500,000 Sailors and civilians, nearly 300 ships and submarines, and more than 3,700 aircraft. Our Sailors serve on the water (aboard ships); under the water (aboard submarines); over the water (in planes and helicopters) and away from the water (ashore in the U.S. and around the world). What happens on the water affects us all. To understand the impact the U.S. Navy makes in our daily lives, think of the 70-80-90 rule. Seventy percent of the earth is covered by water, 80 percent of the earth`s population lives near the ocean, and 90 percent of international trade travels by sea. The U.S. Navy meets threats far away, so those threats cannot harm our citizens at home. They protect and defend freedom around the world and also offer opportunities for a great career.


About the Person

John R. Kroger is Chief Learning Officer at United States Department of the Navy. Previously, John held various senior HR leadership roles in the industry.


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