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- Based in North America, Admiral Natter retired from active military service a decade ago and has since served on a number of U.S. Boards and Advisory panels in corporate and government.
- During his prominent 41 year Navy career, Admiral Natter served as the Commander in Chief of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet and as the First Commander of U.S. Fleet Forces Command, overseeing all Continental U.S. Navy bases, facilities and training operations.
- Admiral Natter is President of R.J. Natter & Associates, LLC, a nationwide U.S. consulting and advocacy firm specialising in corporate and defense strategy.
- Admiral Natter is a Non-Executive Director of BAE Systems Inc.; Non-Executive Director of Allied Universal, the largest US Security and Security Systems company with over 160,000 employees; Non-Executive Director of Corporate Travel Management, a Brisbane-based (ASX) international corporate travel Company; Chairman of the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association representing 60,000 graduates; and Director of the Yellow Ribbon Fund, a US wounded veteran charity.
- A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and the Naval War College where he was the fifth recipient of the Naval War College Distinguished Graduate Leadership Award, Admiral Natter also has Masters Degrees in both Business Management and International Relations.
- Additional awards and decorations include the Silver Star, Navy Distinguished Service Medal (3 awards), Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit (five awards), Bronze Star with Combat V, Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal, (two awards), Navy Commendation Medal with Combat V, Navy Achievement Medal with Combat V, and various unit and campaign awards. Other honors include in 1998 the Order of the Rising Sun from the Emperor of Japan, and the 1998 Order of National Security Medal from the Republic of Korea bestowed as a result of his tour as Commander of the US Seventh Fleet.
- Admiral Natter a Member, Board of Regents of Washington DC based Potomac Institute for Policy Studies.