Lieutenant Commander Tom Huntley is in the United States Coast Guard and currently attending Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Masters in Public Policy program where he is focusing on national security and governance in the Arctic. Prior to his graduate school posting, he served as the deputy helicopter operations officer at Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak, Alaska, where he oversaw all MH-60T helicopter operations, including search and rescue, fisheries enforcement, and Arctic deployment operations across a 4.5 million square mile area of responsibility. 

Articles by Tom Huntley

Bill Clinton PLS

Looking Beyond the Military for Leadership Growth

By Captain Chris Flaherty, U.S. Navy; Lieutenant Colonel Jeannette Haynie, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve; Lieutenant Commander Matt Driskill, U.S. Navy; Lieutenant Commander Tom Huntley, U.S. Coast Guard; and Lieutenant Ben Maddox, U.S. Navy
March 2020
Midcareer Sea Service officers should seek leadership lessons outside of the military.