Commnad Master Chief (December 2009 - December 2011) 
CMDCM(SW) Roy Re', Jr.
Command Master Chief (December 2009 - December 2011)

Master Chief Re’, raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, graduated from Marion Abramson High School. He worked in the family’s business of construction until September of 1986. He enlisted in the Navy on September 6, 1986 and reported to Basic Training in RTC Orlando, Florida.

After graduating Basic Training he reported to Seaman Apprenticeship Training at NTC Orlando. Upon graduating Seaman ATD he received orders and reported aboard USS TATTNALL (DDG-19) home ported in Mayport, Florida. After two years onboard TATTNALL, Signalman Third Class Petty Officer Re’ did a duty swap and reported to USS LUCE (DDG-38), in Mayport, where he soon advanced to Signalman Second Class Petty Officer. In September of 1990, SM2 Re’ transferred to USS RUSHMORE (LSD-47) for pre-commissioning home ported in San Diego, California, where he served as Work Center Supervisor and Department 3-M assistant.

In June of 1993 he reported to Navy Recruiting District Montgomery, Alabama and was advanced to Signalman First Class Petty Officer. In June of 1996 SM1 Re' transferred to USNS NIAGARA FALLS (TAFS-3) stationed in Guam. He was selected to Military Sealift Command Pacific Fleet Sailor of the Year for 1997. After two years onboard NIAGARA FALLS he transferred to USS JOHN YOUNG (DD-973) home ported in San Diego, CA. Shortly after, he was advanced to Chief Signalman on September 16, 2000. Within a week SMC Re’ reported to Navy Training Center, Great Lakes where he served as an Instructor and Command Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor.

SMC Re' earned his Associates Degree from the College of Lake County in May of 2003.

The Navy disassembled the Signalman rate and in November of 2003 SMC Re’ converted over to Master at Arms. After completing Master at Arms “A” school on 7 April 2004 at Navy Technical Training Center, Lackland Texas he transferred to Navy Air Landing Field San Clemente Island where he soon advanced to Senior Chief Master at Arms. In December of 2005 he reported to USS LAKE CHAMPLAIN (CG-57) serving as Command Master at Arms.

SMC Re' earned his Bachelor in Criminal Justice from National University in April of 2007. He transferred in November of 2007 and graduated from Senior Enlisted Academy and shortly afterward reported to Navy Expeditionary Guard Battalion, Guantanamo on February 10 2008. In April of 2008 he was advanced to Master Chief Petty Officer.
Master Chief Re’s awards and qualifications include: Navy Commendation Medal (4), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (6), Good Conduct Medal (6), Sea Service Ribbons (6), Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist, Anti-Terrorist / Force Protection Training Supervisor and various other unit and campaign awards.


YELLOW SEA - (l to r) Rear Adm. Richard Landolt, Cmdr. Marvin E. Thompson, Cmdr. Antonio Hull and Lt. John Connolly
Fire Controlman 1st Class John Morrison paints a railing during a community service project
Sailors Cheer During Damage Control Olympics Firefighting Ensemble Relay
The mine countermeasures ships USS Devastator (MCM 6) and USS Pioneer (MCM 9) and the amphibious dock landing ship USS Comstock
USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49) departs Sasebo Harbor for an annual patrol in the western Pacific Ocean
Sailors direct a CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter as it lands on the flight deck of USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49)
Marines assigned to the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit (31st MEU) in combat rubber reconnaissance craft approach the stern gate
Operations Specialist 3rd Class Nicholas Maloney applies a banding patch to a simulated ruptured pipe during a general quarters.
Service members run for safety after hooking a pole pendant to an SA-330j Puma helicopter during a vertical replenishment.
USS Harpers’s Ferry (LSD 49) during "Bring Your Kid to Work Day
USS Germantown (LSD 42) and USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49)

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