Captain Alan Scott Miller, United States Navy, Retired, passed away October 28, 2013, in Overland Park, Kansas.
Scott was born November 8, 1942 in Kansas City, Missouri. He began his military career in 1966 as a commissioned ensign, United States Navy, NROTC at the University of Illinois. He shortly became active duty with the U.S. Navy and was aboard the USS Robinson and USS Bon Homme Richard aircraft Carrier and where he was officer in charge at the U.S. Naval Radar Site, Poulo Obi in the Republic of Vietnam.
He was the director of the Naval Crisis Action Center at the Pentagon during Operation Desert Storm where he was personally responsible for development, organization, preparation and presentation of the daily briefing on the status of the war. He also held significant staff positions at Commander in Chief United States Naval Forces Europe, Navy Recruiting Command and the Miller Group (Miller of Texas) where he was C.E.O and president. He attained the rank of Captain in 1988 and retired in 1995.
Scott is preceded in death by his parents Malcolm and Marianne Miller. Survivors include his longtime friend, companion and wife Betty Franklin.
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