Marc Tranchemontagne manages R3’s support to the interagency and programs in the National Capital Region, including support to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, DHS Office for Bombing Prevention, and FEMA. Since joining R3 in 2010, he has worked with a variety of clients, such as the Navy’s Expeditionary Exploitation Unit ONE, PMS-408, OPNAV N957, and JIEDDO, supporting them with capabilities-based assessments, requirements generation, mission analysis, doctrine development, curriculum development, and training. He has published articles in Joint Forces Quarterly, Proceedings, and other professional journals.
Marc retired from the Navy after more than 21 years of service as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) officer. He served in a wide variety of assignments including diving and salvage, EOD, legislative affairs, joint special operations, and teaching graduate-level, joint professional military education as a military professor. His initial tours of duty included diving, salvage, and EOD assignments in the Western Pacific and Europe. He served as the Executive Officer at the Navy Experimental Diving Unit conducting research and development related to diving physiology and test and evaluation of hyperbaric systems.
Marc is a graduate of Norwich University, the Naval War College, and the Joint Forces Staff College.