Garrett graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 2010 with a B.S. in applied mathematics. In 2012, he was designated a naval aviator and joined the World Famous Golden Falcons of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Twelve, forward deployed in Atsugi, Japan. He flew in support of Operation Damayan and numerous other operations and exercises while aboard the USS George Washington and USS Ronald Reagan aircraft
carriers. For his shore tour, Garrett served as a naval science lecturer and earned his master of arts degree in international and development economics from Yale University, where he is also a Jonathan Edwards Fellow. He has been admitted to law school and plans to matriculate in the fall of 2020. Following law school, Garrett hopes to continue his naval service in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.