CAPT Corry “Jeb” Kucik serves as Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and interim Executive Officer (COO), Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command, Oak Harbor, WA. An anesthesiologist with operational, trauma instructor, think tank, and leadership experience, Jeb serves at the nexus of military medicine, healthcare leadership, global health, and national security. He graduated with distinction from the Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science (Honors English, German minor), and from the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine. He completed the National Capital Consortium Anesthesiology Residency, serving as Chief Resident and Housestaff Senate President, followed by a fellowship in Surgical Critical Care at Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital. He holds a Masters in National Security Studies with an emphasis in Middle Eastern Affairs, has served as a Truman National Security Fellow and a U.S. Naval Institute Leadership Fellow, and is pursuing a Master of Global Health Policy from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Jeb’s qualifications as a Flight Surgeon, Submariner, Diver/Undersea Medical Officer, Parachute Jumpmaster, and Fleet Marine Force Officer have enabled him to foster interservice cooperation among U.S. military branches, other government agencies, and multiple allies. He teaches, publishes, and lectures internationally, most recently having co-edited the first edition of Essentials of Disaster Anesthesia (2020) from Cambridge University Press. He enjoys Belgian beers and sitting in on the drums with local bands.