Lieutenant Andrew Dyer is a native of Holt, MI and graduated from the University of Michigan in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science of Information from the School of Information. Following his graduation from Michigan, LT Dyer received his commission from Michigan’s ROTC Program and reported to Naval Nuclear Power Training Command for initial nuclear power training. After completing Nuclear Power School in Goose Creek, SC, qualifying as Engineering Officer of the Watch at Moored Training Ship 635, and graduating from Submarine Officer Basic Course in Groton, CT, he reported to USS MICHIGAN (SSGN 727) at Bangor, WA in November 2017.
Aboard the USS MICHIGAN, LT Dyer served as Chemistry and Radiological Controls Assistant, Navigation and Local Area Network Division Officer, Assistant Operations Officer, and Operational Safety Officer. During his tour, MICHIGAN completed a Western Pacific deployment, two Voyage Repair Periods, and a Pacific transit to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard where it completed a fourteen month major CNO availability. He qualified Nuclear Engineer officer in September 2019.
LT Dyer currently serves as an assistant professor of Naval Science and Nuclear Program Officer at the University of Michigan NROTC Unit. His personal awards include the Navy Achievement Medal.