Lieutenant Commander Eric Zilberman, U.S. Navy, serves at PMA-213 in Patuxent River, Maryland, as the class desk officer. He has over 2,000 military and civilian flight hours in 28 different aircraft types. He graduated from U.S. Naval Test Pilot School in July 2013 and then served as experimental test pilot/project officer at Air Test and Evaluation Squadron 23 from 2013 to 2016 and was responsible for more than 20 developmental test efforts.

Articles by Eric Zilberman

The Navy has improved its telework capability since the start of the pandemic, but adopting a commercial cloud service would reduce its reliance on the overburdened Navy–Marine Corps Intranet and increase personnel productivity.

Abandon NMCI for Commercial Solutions

By Lieutenant Commander Eric Zilberman, U.S. Navy, and Cynthia A. Kidd
December 2020
Many of the technical challenges associated with the service’s capability to telework stem from its reliance on the Navy–Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI).
DARE participants are broken into groups and asked to brainstorm potential answers to two challenge questions posed by one of the Sea Service chiefs.

DARE 2020: Gather, Think, Innovate

By Commander Brooke Millard, U.S. Coast Guard, and Lieutenant Commander Eric Zilberman, U.S. Navy
September 2020
A recap of the Naval Institute's annual DARE Innovation Workshop, held concurrently with the WEST conference in San Diego.