About Ray Mabus

Ray Mabus is the 75th United States Secretary of the Navy – the longest to serve as leader of the Navy and Marine Corps since World War I. Responsible for an annual budget in excess of $170 billion and leadership of almost 900 -000 people – Secretary Mabus has worked to improve the quality of life of Sailors – Marines and their families; decrease the Department’s dependence on fossil fuels; strengthen partnerships with industry and internationally; and increase the size of the Navy fleet.  Before his appointment by President Obama – Mabus held a variety of leadership positions. From 1988 to 1992 – Mabus served as Governor of Mississippi – the youngest elected to that office in more than 150 years. Mabus was Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from 1994-1996 and later was Chairman and CEO of a manufacturing company which he led out of bankruptcy.  After graduating from Harvard and Johns Hopkins – Mabus served in the Navy as an officer aboard the cruiser USS Little Rock.  60 Minutes.. Submarine in Arctic

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