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Mark Norman
Allegiance  Canada
Service/branch  Royal Canadian Navy
Years of service 1980-present
Rank Vice-Admiral
Commands held HMCS St. John's
Canadian Fleet - Atlantic
Awards Commander of the Order of Military Merit
Canadian Forces Decoration

Vice-Admiral Mark A. G. Norman CMM CD is a Royal Canadian Navy officer who serves as Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy.

Naval career[edit | edit source]

Educated in Queen's University, Norman joined the Naval Reserve in 1980 as a diesel mechanic before transferring to the regular force in 1985 as a sub-lieutenant.[1] He became Commanding Officer of the frigate HMCS St. John's.[1] He went on to be Assistant Chief of Transformation in 2005, Director General Strategy, Chief Force Development in 2007 and Commander Canadian Fleet - Atlantic in 2009.[2] He then became Director General Maritime Force Development in 2010 and Assistant Chief of the Naval Staff and Deputy Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy in June 2011 before becoming Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy in June 2013.[3]

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Military offices
Preceded by
Paul Maddison
Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy
Succeeded by

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