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Commander Aldrith Baker was born in South Carolina and graduated from Savannah State University with a bachelor's degree in political science. She was commissioned as a surface warfare officer.


Her operational commands include being the auxiliaries officer onboard the USS Spruance (DD-963) in Mayport, FL and the training officer onboard USS Hopper (DDG-70), home ported in Pearl Harbor, HI where she made deployments on both ships. Following sea duty, Cmdr. Baker served as an intelligence analyst at the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) and later as the training officer at ONI when she lateral transferred to the human resources (HR) community.


Following her tour at ONI, she became the enlisted programs officer for Navy Recruiting District San Diego. Additional billets include operational support officer for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS); program analyst on the OPNAV (N1) staff in the strategic resourcing branch; deputy executive assistant to the assistant deputy chief of Naval operations for manpower, personnel, training, and education); and analyst for the executive agent branch at OPNAV N1. She holds a master's degree in human resource management from Troy University and a master's in national security and resource strategy from The Eisenhower School at National Defense University (formerly the Industrial College of the Armed Forces). Currently, Commander Baker is the executive officer for Navy Recruiting District Los Angeles.


Her awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, four Navy Commendation medals, two Navy Achievement Medals and various campaign and unit awards.



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Updated February 14, 2016 (kh)