14115 Fred and Al Key Rd
Kiln, MS 39556
Tel: (228) 466-1035
Lieutenant Commander Theresa V. Hubbard
Lieutenant Commander Hubbard first entered the service by enlisting in the United States Coast Guard Reserve in 1989. She was commissioned in the United States Coast Guard Reserve in 1998 in Yorktown, Virginia and has served in a variety of administrative and operational billets throughout her career. She spent seven years on active duty as a Reserve Program Administrator from 2002-2008.
Lieutenant Commander Hubbard’s experience in Naval Coastal Warfare began in 1997, when she was first assigned to Port Security Unit 308 as a Plank Owner and its’ first Communications Officer. This unit participated in” RIO-EX 99” at Camp Lejune, NC. In May of 2000, she participated in the unit’s first overseas exercise “Link Seas 2000” at Setubal, Portugal. In July of 2000, she was assigned to PSU 313 in Tacoma, Washington and participated in that unit’s first overseas exercise “Foal Eagle 2000” at Pusan, Korea. She was immediately recalled to active duty on 11 Sep 2001 with PSU 313 to provide Harbor Security in the immediate aftermath of the events on 9/11 and served as a watch officer during this time. In 2002, she accepted an assignment as a provisional Reserve Program Administrator at ISC Seattle, WA, working in the Force Optimization and Training Branch overseeing the training of 600 plus reserves. She completed a special assignment to the Republic of Georgia in 2004 and assisted the Georgian Coast Guard with modernizing their business practices and procedures, briefing high level Georgian officials on new processes. In 2004, she began her second tour with Port Security Unit 308 as the active duty Logistics Officer. She was the Logistics Coordinator for Sector Mobile covering logistics for the Gulf Coast Region in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. In 2007, she was assigned to Atlantic Area External Affairs Division as the International Affairs Branch Chief. In 2008, she returned to a reserve status and was assigned to a Navy billet with Maritime Expedition Security Squadron Ten (MSRON 10). During her three year tenure with MSRON 10, she was Assistant Operations Officer, Planning Officer, Administrative Officer and a fully qualified Force Security Watch Officer. She participated in eight field exercises and completed a seven month deployment to the United Arab Emirates providing port security for land and seaside assets. Upon completion of her overseas deployment in November of 2011, she was reassigned to PSU 308 as its first female Executive Officer. She is currently in the field with PSU 308 participating in “Bold Alligator 2012.”
Lieutenant Commander Hubbard holds a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College and is a graduate of the University of South Alabama with a Bachelors of Science in Accounting. In her civilian employment, she works in finance and accounting.
Personal awards for Lieutenant Commander Hubbard include the Coast Guard Commendation Medal with gold star and “O” device, Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Coast Guard Achievement Medal with gold star, Commandant’s Letter of Commendation, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and the Port Security Unit insignia.