Senior Enlisted Leader
ITC(SW) Danniel J. Lytle
Chief Lytle is a native of Oregon State, where he graduated high school in 1995 and enlisted in the Navy . He finished his “Boot Camp” at RTC, Great Lakes, Illinois and upon completion attended Radioman “A” school onboard NTC San Diego, California.
In March 1996, he reported to USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70) in Alameda, California. During this tour, Chief Lytle completed his first Persian Gulf deployment and was advanced to Second Class Petty Officer.
In February 2001, he was transferred to USNS PECOS (TAO 197) in Singapore. While onboard, PECOS he participated in numerous underway replenishment operations in the Persian gulf, Red Sea, and the Pacific Ocean.
In March 2002 Chief Lytle reported for his first shore duty tour at COMSUBGRU NINE, SUBBASE BANGOR WA. While onboard, He completed Information Systems Administrator "C" school, qualified Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, and advanced to First Class Petty Officer.
Upon completion of his shore tour, Chief Lytle reported onboard USS RODNEY M. DAVIS (FFG 60) in Everett, Washington as the Leading Petty Officer of Communications Division. During his tour, DAVIS deployed to South America in 2007 and again in 2008.
In January 2009, Chief Lytle reported to FLEET SUPPORT TEN onboard Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. He served as independent communications support on numerous deployments to Al Udeid Air force base Qatar in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. While on his tour at FSU 10 he was selected and advanced to Chief Petty Officer
Chief Lytle transferred to NCTAMS PAC DET PUGET SOUND TSCOMM in January 2013 as TSCOMM LCPO. In October 2014, Chief Lytle transferred to Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Detachment Puget Sound where he currently serves as the Detachment Senior Enlisted Leader.
Chief Lytle’s awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation medal, Commandants Letter of Commendation Coast Guard with Operational “O”, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal, and various Unit Awards. Chief Lytle is married to his wonderful wife of 17 years and has two sons and two daughters.