Meet the Instructors

       Senior Naval Science Instructor - LCDR Mike Consoletti







LCDR Mike Consoletti was born in Rolla, Missouri in 1962.  He graduated from  High School in Williamsport, Maryland in 1980.  He attended the University of Cincinnati, studying Aerospace Engineering.  After graduation, he accepted a job with Lockheed-Georgia as a Propulsion Engineer in Marietta, Georgia.  He was selected for the United States Navy Aviation Officer Candidate School in Pensacola, Florida and received a commission as an Ensign in April 1988.  He attended Primary Flight School with VT-27 in Corpus Christi, Texas flying the T-34C Turbomentor.  After selecting helicopters, he flew the H-57 at HT-18 at Whiting Field in Milton, Florida.  He was winged as a Naval Aviator in April 1989.  He was selected to fly the SH-3H Sea King Anti-Submarine Warfare helicopter and trained with HS-10 in Jacksonville, Florida.  He was assigned to the HS-8 Eightballers at Naval AIr Station North Island in Coronado, California and married Susan Berggren in 1991.  After a cruise with the USS Independence, CV-62, and participating in Operation Desert Shield, HS-8 transitioned to the SH-60F and performed workups on the USS Carl Vinson, CVN-70.  LCDR Consoletti transferred to VT-2 in Pensacola as a fixed wing flight instructor on the T-34C Turbomentor.
      
          
After redesignating into the Training and Administration of Reserves (TAR) community, LCDR Consoletti transferred to Naval Air Reserve Santa Clara in Mountain View, California where he served as the Administrative and Legal Officer while flying the C-12B twin engine transport.  He transferred to the Minutemen of VR-55 at Point Mugu, CA in 1999, served as the Administrative and Operations Officer while flying the C-130T Hercules.
                                 
LCDR Consoletti remained at Point Mugu until his retirement in 2007 doing tours at Naval Air Reserve Point Mugu as the Reserve Program Director and Naval Base Ventura County as the Administrative Chief Staff Officer.  Upon retirement, LCDR Consoletti taught mathematics at Medea Creek Middle School in Oak Park, California for one year before assuming the Senior Naval Science Instructor duties at El Camino Real Charter High School.  LCDR Consoletti and Susan currently live in Thousand Oaks and have two sons, Grant and Owen, who graduated from Oak Park High School in 2012 and 2015, respectively.
       

Naval Science Instructor - MSgt Terry Dupart
Master Sergeant Terry Dupart was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1982. He graduated from Sarah T. Reed High School. He then went on to attend Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA. During his sophomore year of college, and soon after he made 17 years of age, he had the bright idea to enlist in the United States Marine Corps in January 2000. He attended Recruit Training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, CA. Upon completion of Marine Combat Training at Camp Pendleton, CA, he attended logistics training at Camp Johnson, NC. While still only 17 years of age, he was assigned to the 3rd Force Service Support Group in Okinawa, Japan. Upon completing his one year tour in 2001, he was then assigned to Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, CA. While assigned to MCAS Miramar, he was meritoriously promoted to the rank of Corporal and selected to serve as a prestigious Marine Security Guard. He then went on to serve at four different U.S. Embassies to include Niamey, Niger; Copenhagen, Denmark; Ashgabat, Turkmenistan; Bangkok, Thailand, as well as serve on the protection team for U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powel.

While serving at U.S. Embassy Bangkok, Thailand, he decided to change his military occupational specialty to Geospatial Intelligence Analyst. Upon completing training as a Geospatial Intelligence Analyst in 2006, he was stationed at Camp Pendleton, CA, with the 1st Intelligence Battalion. He made multiple combat deployments to Iraq and served with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit aboard both the USS Boxer and USS Peleliu. Upon completing his third deployment in 2009, he was giving orders to serve as a recruiter in Atlanta, GA.

After three years of serving as a Marine Corps Recruiter and Recruiting Sub-Stationed Commander, in 2013, he was giving orders back to the 1st Intelligence Battalion, at Camp Pendleton, CA. Upon returning, he trained to become a Foreign Military Advisor and was deployed to the Republic of Georgia. While in Georgia, he was responsible for preparing Georgian Intelligence and accompanying them on their deployment to Germany and Afghanistan in support of Coalition Forces. After a year in Afghanistan, in 2014, he returned to Camp Pendleton.

While back at Camp Pendleton, he volunteered to serve with the Defense Intelligence Agency and was stationed at the U.S. Embassy Kingston, Jamaica, in the Defense Attaché Office, where he served as the Operations Coordinator.

In 2019, MSgt Dupart decided to retire and was transferred back to the 1st Intelligence Battalion. On 31 March 2020, he retired from the United States Marine Corps. On 1 April 2020, MSgt Dupart assumed the duties as the Naval Science Instructor at El Camino Real Charter High School.

MSgt Dupart earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Park University. His personal awards include the Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy-Marine Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Navy-Marine Achievement Medal, and the Combat Action Ribbon

 


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