Douglas Horne graduated Cum Laude from The Ohio State University in 1974 with a B.A. in History. He worked for the Navy in various capacities for 20 years before joining the staff of the Assassination Records Review Board in 1995. Doug served on active duty in the Navy as a junior officer for ten years, achieving professional qualification as a Surface Warfare Officer in 1976, and was stationed onboard three surface combatants in the Pacific Fleet: USS Ouellet (FF-1077); USS Reeves (CG-24); and USS Worden (CG-18). Mr. Horne subsequently worked for the Navy for an additional ten years in a civil service capacity, in support of a vital Cold War antisubmarine warfare program. Following his ARRB experiences, Doug filled the post of Manager, Visitor Services Branch at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. He now works for the State Department.