Degrees and Certifications:
AO1 Dustin Edsall is going on his tenth year as a Naval Science Instructor and his seventh year at Havelock High School. AO1 Edsall retired from the US Navy in June of 2009 after twenty years of naval service. At his last duty station in the Navy, he was the Lead Instructor and Curriculum Coordinator at the Electronic Attach Weapons School on Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Washington. During his twenty years of enlisted time AO1’s broad and varied duties included working on the F-4 Phantom, F/A-18 Hornet, F-14 Tomcat, F-12D Super Tomcat, EA-6B Prowler and EA-18G Growler Aircraft Weapons Systems. He was also stationed aboard LHD-2 the USS Essex, CVN-70 the USS Carl Vinson and CVN-73 the USS George Washington for a total of five WESTPAC and MED Cruises. In his years with the expeditionary squadron VAQ-133 he made deployments to prince Sultan Air Base Saudi Arabia, Incirlik Air Base Turkey, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni Japan and Kadena Air Base Okinawa.
AO1 Edsall holds an Associates Degree in Science with a focus on teaching from Excelsior College. His decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal, eight Navy Achievement Medals, five Navy Good Conduct Medals, two National Defense Medals and the Armed Forces Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal among others. AO1 Edsall is married to a former US Navy Sailor Cynthia.