RAdm. Bradley D. Dunham is the new Reserve Deputy Commander for the Naval Air Force Atlantic. He succeeds former Deputy Commander, RAdm. William L. Angermann, in the position. His operational tours include flying the P-3C Orion with Patrol Squadron (VP) 9 stationed at Barbers Point, Hawaii deploying in support of Operation Southern Watch, VP-30 in Jacksonville, Florida. RAdm. Dunham’s operational tours include VP-62 in Jacksonville, Florida, VP-64, stationed at Willow Grove, Pennsylvania and execution of the squadron transition from VP-64 to Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VR) 64 flying the C-130T Hercules aircraft. His staff assignments include Joint Chiefs of Staff, J-35 directorate as Central Command contingency Source Planner and as U.S. Fleet Forces Command Reserve Chief of Staff. RAdm. Dunham’s command tours include VR-64, where he led the squadron’s deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Navy Reserve, Office of the Secretary of Defense and Navy Region Mid-Atlantic, and Defense Support to Civilian Authorities. He holds a Bachelor of Science in General Science from the U.S. Naval Academy and a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College.