April 26, 2018 - Present
HMCS (SW/FMF/AW/IW) Eugene Johnson
Command Master Chief

A native of Titusville, Florida, Senior Chief Johnson enlisted in the Navy in February 1994. Upon completion of Hospital Corpsman "A" school, he reported to Naval Hospital Portsmouth for general duty and certified as Allergy/Immunology technician. In 1995 reported to Fleet Marine Service Support School, (FMSS) Camp Lejeune, NC. Upon completion of FMSS he reported to his second command, 3rd Fleet Service Support Group, Camp Kinser, Okinawa Japan. During this tour he earned his designation as a Fleet Marine Force Specialist (FMF) and advanced to Third Class Petty Officer in 1996.

In 1997, Senior Chief Johnson reported to Marine Corps Air Station Futenma Okinawa, MWSS-172 as line company Corpsman and reassigned to Marine Wing Headquarter Squadron-1 as administrative LPO, during his tour, he was meritoriously advanced to Second Class Petty Officer in 1998.

In 1999, Senior Chief Johnson reported to Branch Medical Clinic Mayport, as medical records and deployment health clinical services department where he served as Leading Petty Officer of the clinic during his three year tour.

In 2002, Senior Chief Johnson reported to Independent Duty Hospital Corps “C” school in San Diego, CA. Upon graduation, he was meritoriously advanced to First Class Petty Officer and received orders to 3rd Marine Division, 1st Battalion, 3rd Marines Kaneohe, HI. During his tour, he requalified as FMF – Ground Combat Element (GCE). Assigned to 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit – Special Operations Capable engaged in Operation Phantom Fury/New Dawn, Fallujah, Iraq 2004. He was selected to Chief Petty Officer in 2005.

In 2006, Senior Chief Johnson transferred to Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida. As Leading Chief Petty Officer assigned to Naval Branch Health Clinic Jacksonville, he completed one health service augmentation deployment (HSAP). Recruit Training Command’s summer surge HSAP. In 2007-2008, Individual Augmentation (IA) to the 2nd Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, 24th Marines, Chicago, Illinois, where he completed an 11 month deployment to Habbaniyah, Iraq.

In 2009, Senior Chief Johnson reported to USS SAMUEL B. ROBERTS (FFG 58), previously homeported in Mayport, Florida. He completed two deployments in support of Africa Partnership Program and qualified Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialists (ESWS).

In August 2012, Senior Chief Johnson reported to Afloat Training Group Middle Pacific. He earned his Afloat Training and (ATS) designation and was selected to Senior Chief Petty Officer.

Transferred December 2014 to Senior Enlisted Academy, graduated Class 185. Upon completion reported USS BATAAN (LHD 5) March 2015, as Departmental LCPO/SEL for Medical and Dental departments, where he requalified ESWS, Enlisted Air Warfare Specialists (EAWS), Enlisted Information Warfare Specialists (EIWS), and completed Enlisted Medical Department Executive Course (EMDEC).

Senior Chief Johnson is currently serving at Regional Support Organization (RSO) Pacific Northwest (PNW) as the Senior Enlisted Leader and Medical representative for PNW Regional Intermediate Superior In Charge (ISIC) in support of six destroyers homeported in Everett, WA.

Senior Chief Johnson’s personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (four awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (five awards), Army Achievement Medal, Coast Guard Meritorious Team Commendation, Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Good Conduct Medal (seven awards), and various unit, service and campaign decorations.

 

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