LCDR Matthew P. Landry, NSCC
LCDR Matt Landry, NSCC joined the Naval Sea Cadet Corps in 1996 as an E-1 Seaman Recruit, and graduated in 1999 as the Leading Petty Officer of Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Division. After college, LCDR Landry rejoined the NSCC as an instructor and served as the Operations/Training Officer of Squadron 7-Zulu from 2003-2004. Following this tour, he returned to Kennedy Division and served as the XO from 2004-2006.
LCDR Landry founded Massachusetts Bay Division in Boston in 2006 and served as the unit’s first Commanding Officer. Under his command, the unit grew to 55 cadets and was the top-ranking unit in New England in 2008 and 2010. Furthermore, Massachusetts Bay Division achieved the #3 national ranking in 2011.
LCDR Landry assumed the duties of Regional Director, New England Region 1-1 on January 1, 2013. As the Regional Director, he is responsible for the safe and effective operations of five NSCC units while developing new ways of advancing the NSCC in Eastern Massachusetts.
During his more than 10 years of service to the Naval Sea Cadet Corps, LCDR Landry has received the NSCC Chairman’s Medal, as well as the NSCC Distinguished Service Ribbon, NSCC Meritorious Service Ribbon (2 awards) and several other Sea Cadet awards.
LCDR Landry is an attorney-at-law licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He graduated from Hofstra University (B.A. ’03), the University of Massachusetts Boston (M.S. ’06) and Suffolk University Law School (J.D., summa cum laude ’14).
As a member of the U.S. Navy Reserve, LT Landry was commissioned into the U.S. Navy in 2005 and is currently in the Inactive Ready Reserves.