LTJG Stewart Sibert
Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Stewart Sibert graduated with High Honors from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in May of 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Government. During his time at the Academy he led the model United Nations team, ran with the cross country team, and shot with the rifle team.
Upon receiving his commission as an ensign, he reported aboard USCGC ELM (WLB 204), a 225' seagoing buoy tender homeported in Atlantic Beach, North Carolina. While there he completed his qualification as a deck watch officer, and worked as the Assistant Operations Officer while servicing aids to navigation, conducting fisheries boardings, and responding to search and rescue calls.
After completion of his tour aboard ELM, LTJG Sibert was assigned to USCGC BARANOF (WPB 1318) as the executive officer. BARANOF is a 110' Island class patrol boat that is forward deployed to Manama, Bahrain in support of Operations IRAQI FREEDOM, ENDURING FREEDOM, and NEW DAWN. During his one year overseas assignment, BARANOF was responsible for protecting critical Iraqi maritime infrastructure, training the Iraqi armed forces, and expanding US relationships with other regional allies on a tactical level.
LTJG Sibert is a native of Richmond, Virginia, where his parents Richard and Pati still make their home. His twin sister, Michelle, recently graduated from the Medical College of Virginia with her doctorate in physical therapy and has entered a practice in North Carolina.
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