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Rear Admiral Frederick P. Schubert

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Rear Admiral Frederick P. Schubert became Commander of the Eleventh Coast Guard District headquartered in Long Beach, California in June 1983.  His previous assignment began in 1981, when he assumed duties as Chief of the newly-established Office of Command, Control and Communications in Coast Guard Headquarters.

Admiral Schubert was promoted to rear admiral in 1980, and his first flag officer assignment was as Maritime Advisor to the Secretary of Transportation.  Prior to that tour of duty, Admiral Schubert served as Chief of Staff, Third Coast Guard District, New York.  His previous assignments at Headquarters, beginning in August 1975, were as Chief, Marine Environmental Protection Division, and as Deputy Chief and Acting Chief, Office of Marine Environment and Systems.

Admiral Schubert, a native of Brunswick, New Jersey, holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Coast Guard Academy and a Master of Science degree in Systems Management from the University of Southern California.  In 1971 he earned a Masters Degree in Political Science from Auburn University while attending the Air War College at Maxwell Air Force Base.

Since graduating from the Coast Guard Academy at New London, Connecticut in 1951, Admiral Schubert has served in many capacities, at units from Brooklyn, New York to Argentia, Newfoundland.  He was designated a Coast Guard Aviator in 1955, and has served as Commanding Officer of Coast Guard Group and Air Station, Cape May, New Jersey, and Coast Guard Air Station, Miami, Florida.

Admiral Schubert has been awarded the Legion of Merit, four Meritorious Service Medals, the Air Medal, the Coast Guard Commendation Medal and other decorations.

The admiral is married to the former Gloria H. of Corpus Christi, Texas.  The Schuberts have three children: Paul, Karen and Robert.

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