Commander Jeremy “Revlon” Bartowitz

Commander, Fleet Logistics Multi-Mission Squadron (VRM) 30

15 October 2021 Hailing from Wauwatosa, WI, Commander Jeremy “Revlon” Bartowitz graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering and received his commission from the United States Naval Academy in May of 2004.  He earned his Wings of Gold in April of 2006 and was assigned to fly the MH-60S Knighthawk.
After Fleet Replacement training with HSC-2, CDR Bartowitz joined HSC-28 in Norfolk, VA.  He deployed twice to SOUTHCOM with the “Dragonwhales,” first in 2007 on USNS COMFORT (T-AH 20) as part of “Partnership for the Americas” and again in 2008 aboard the USS KEARSARGE (LHD-3) as part of “Operation Continuing Promise,” providing support to sixteen Caribbean, Central and South American countries. While deployed aboard KEARSARGE, CDR Bartowitz flew multiple sorties in support of Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief (HADR) to Haiti after multiple tropical cyclones.
In May of 2010 CDR Bartowitz reported to NAS Whiting Field to join the “Vigilant Eagles” of HT-18 as a rotary wing flight instructor for student aviators from the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard as well as students from US allied services.
In February of 2013, CDR Bartowitz reported aboard USS IWO JIMA (LHD-7), participating in workups, a homeport change to Mayport, FL and the 2014-2015 deployment to the 5th Fleet AOR.  CDR Bartowitz served in IWO’s mighty Air Department as the V-3 DIVO, V-1 DIVO and Mini-Boss.
CDR Bartowitz joined the “Nightdippers” of HSC-5 in 2016 as Department Head while deployed on the USS HARRY S. TRUMAN to the 5th Fleet AOR.  While with the “Dippers” he participated in training detachments in Eglin, FL and Muscatatuck, IN and served as OIC for detachments in 2018 NYC Fleet Week and on the USS GERALD R. FORD.  He served as both the Training and Maintenance Officer.
Following his Department Head tour, CDR Bartowitz was selected to the SECNAV’s Tours With Industry (STWI) program to serve as Military Fellow with Tesla in Palo Alto, CA.  At Tesla he worked as a Level 2 Charging Infrastructure Developer and headquarters assistant for the Charging Organization, helping Tesla accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy.
Following completion of aircraft transition training in the V-22 with the “Raptors” of VMMT-204, CDR Bartowitz reported to the “Titans” of VRM-30 where he currently serves as Executive Officer.
CDR Bartowitz has flown over 2,800 flight hours. His awards include the Navy Commendation Medal (3 awards), and Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2 awards) and various unit and service awards.
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