Peter Bruce Fontneau Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Webb Institute Naval Architecture, 1968. Master of Science, George Washington University, 1971. Master of Science in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1976, Ocean Engineer, 1976.
Commissioned ensign, United States Coast Guard, 1968, advanced through grades to Commander, 1984. Project officer high performance watercraft Field Testing & Development Center, Baltimore, 1970-1972, assistant engineer, 1972-1974, engineer officer, Morgenthau, San Francisco, 1976-1979, assistant chief naval engineering branch 12th Coast Guard District, San Francisco, 1979-1981, chief Naval Engineering branch 3d Coast Guard District, New York City, 1981-1984, executive officer USCGC Chase, Boston, 1984-1986, manager aerostat aquisition project, Headquarters, Washington, since 1986. Member professional and military training advisory committee United States Coast Guard Academy, 1978-1980.
Contributor articles to professional journals. Board directors, external vice president, president Greater Glen Burnie Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1969-1972.
Member United States Naval Institute, Society Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, American Society Naval Engineers, Sigma Xi.
Married Karin Lapsley Friis, May 1, 1971. Children– Katy Lyn, Bruce Iain.