Command Senior Chief (October 19, 2012 - Present) 
CMDCS (SW/AW) Martiano E. Magaña
Command Senior Chief

 Senior Chief Petty Officer (SW/AW) Martiano E. Magaña is a native of Norwalk, California and enlisted in the U.S. Navy in June 1989.  He reported to Recruit Training Command, Orlando, Florida where he completed Basic Training.  He then reported to Naval Technical Training Center, Meridian, Mississippi where he completed Yeoman “A” School.

In December 1989, he reported to his first sea duty command to Helicopter Combat Support Special Squadron FIVE, Point Mugu, California.  During this tour he deployed in support of OPERATION DESERT SHIELD and STORM.  In June 1993, he reported to his second command to Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center, Los Angeles, California which was later closed by Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC).  In May 1994, he reported to Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Readiness Center, Long Beach, California.

In June 1995, he reported to Naval Reserve Intelligence Command, Dallas, Texas.  In September 1997, he then reported aboard USS LEWIS B. PULLER (FFG 23), San Diego, California and completed a Southern Pacific deployment in support of counter narcotic operations.  In September 1998, LEWIS B. PULLER was decommissioned and he reported to Helicopter Combat Support Squadron EIGHTY FIVE, San Diego, California.

In June 2001, he reported to Naval Coastal Warfare Group ONE, San Diego, California.  During this tour, he was initiated into the Chief Petty Officer ranks in 2003.  In March 2004, he reported to Navy Operational Support Center, San Diego, California.  In March 2007, he reported to Naval Air Force Reserve, San Diego, California.  During this tour, he reported back to Naval Technical Training Center, Meridian, Mississippi where he completed Yeoman “C” School.

Senior Chief Magaña is a graduate of the Senior Enlisted Academy, Class 21 Blue, Newport, Rhode Island.

In January 2009, he reported to Navy Personnel Command, Millington, Tennessee as the Full Time Support Yeoman Detailer.  In 2010, he was advanced to Senior Chief Petty Officer.  In January 2011, he reported to Destroyer Squadron ONE, San Diego, California embarked staff aboard USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70) where he completed two Western Pacific deployments in support of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM and NEW DAWN 2011 and 2012.

In 2012, he was selected to the Command Senior Chief program and a graduate of the Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat Course, Class 108, Newport, Rhode Island.

 In October 2012, Command Senior Chief Magaña reported to USS MCCLUSKY (FFG 41) assuming the duties as Command Senior Chief.

Command Senior Chief Magaña’s personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (six awards), the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (four awards), Good Conduct Medal (seven awards) and various unit and campaign awards.

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