Tracking the Menace – Soviet Submarines in the Cold War

Capt Stoll

Capt Stoll

Jerry Stoll is a retired Navy Intelligence Captain (O-6) who served on active duty from 1976 to 2006. He received a BA degree from the University of Notre Dame and was commissioned an Ensign through the NROTC program in May 1976. CAPT Stoll served over 10 years of sea duty aboard the Frigate USS STEIN (FF 1065), and two tours aboard the Aircraft Carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64). He completed 4 deployments to the Northern Pacific, Western Pacific, Indian Ocean and Arabian Gulf areas. CAPT Stoll’s shore tours include, Special Agent, Naval Investigative Service (San Francisco, CA); Staff Intelligence Officer (N2) for Commander, Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific, (Pearl Harbor, HI); Head, Submarine Analysis Group, Fleet Intelligence Center, Pacific Fleet, (Pearl Harbor, HI); Staff Intelligence Officer (J2) and Senior Navy Officer for Commander, Alaskan Command, (Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, AK) and Staff Intelligence Officer (J2) for Commander, Joint Interagency Task Force West, (Alameda, CA). In his final tour, CAPT Stoll was assigned to the Defense Intelligence Agency as Chief, Operating Base Los Angeles, where he led a workforce of 130 military and civilian personnel in 9 western U.S. cities in the collection of Human Intelligence. CAPT Stoll is a qualified Surface Warfare Officer. He received numerous awards and medals in his Navy career. He retired in June 2006 in Los Angeles where he resides with his wife Bridget in Redondo Beach. He is a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


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