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Thomas Michael Miller is The Creator, Author and Director of Tennessee Webmaster . Born and raised in north central Ohio, Thomas has traveled extensively in the United States and throughout the world.
After studying Culinary Arts in Ashland Ohio, with a focus on traditional French cuisine,Thomas traveled extensively to work in numerous restaurants with a wide variety of menu’s.
Thomas joined the U.S. Navy in 1998 as a Culinary Specialist and received the Outstanding Student Award at Lackland Air force Base in San Antonio Texas. He then graduated from B.E.S.S. In New London Connecticut.
It was after his marriage to Krista Verity Alexander that he accepted orders to Submarine Base Kingsbay Georgia. While being assigned to the U.S.S. Maryland SSBN 738 (G), Thomas qualified undersea warfare and won the NEY Award, which is the highest Culinary award, granted only once every year, in the United States Navy. Petty Officer Miller was onboard for two of the most prestigious test launches of any Missile, that of the Trident D-5 Intercontinental Ballistic Nuclear Missiles.
While completing 9 Nuclear Deterrent Patrols, Petty Officer Miller qualified Torpedo Team Leader and managed the starboard side torpedo loading team, which launched a conventional MARK 48 torpedo in the exercise that sunk the EX-GUAM.