A native of Naples, Florida, Lieutenant Ebert earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering from Florida Gulf Coast University and received his commission through the Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Newport, Rhode Island.
Shortly after commissioning, he reported to Naval Nuclear Power Training Command (NNPTC) in Charleston, SC to begin the naval nuclear power training pipeline. After graduating from NNPTC, he completed the Submarine Officer Basic Course in Groton, Connecticut. and Naval Nuclear Operator course at Nuclear Power Training Unit, Saratoga Springs, NY.
Lieutenant Ebert reported aboard the nuclear fast attack submarine, USS HOUSTON (SSN 713) in November 2013, where he flew immediately to Singapore to meet the submarine on a Western Pacific deployment. Later, in April 2015, Lieutenant Ebert completed another six-month Western Pacific deployment. Lieutenant Ebert served as the Main Propulsion Assistant, Damage Control Assistant, Quality Assurance Officer, Assistant Weapons Officer, Force Protection Officer, Operational Safety Officer, Inactivation Coordinator, and finished out his sea tour at a department head position as Weapons Officer.
Lieutenant Ebert transferred to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Naval ROTC in Dec 2016, having completed several missions vital to national security while on-board USS HOUSTON.
Lieutenant Ebert's personal decorations include the Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal, two Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medals, 2015 USS HOUSTON (SSN-713) Junior Officer of the Year, and Submarine Squadron Seven 2015 Admiral Gene Fluckey Award, and several unit awards.