YNC (IW/AW/SW) Charmeka K. Munn
Senior Enlisted Leader
On August 1999, she
enlisted in the Navy and attended basic training at RTC Great Lakes, Illinois.
Her first tour of duty was onboard the USS Enterprise (CVN 65) home ported
in Norfolk, VA. During her tour onboard,
she served in the Air Department in V-1 Division as a blue shirt on the flight
deck and was meritoriously advanced to Third Class Petty Officer via the Command
Advancement Program. Her next tour of
duty was Supreme Allied Command Atlantic where she served as the Awards Yeoman
and was promoted to Second Class Petty Officer.
Along with being promoted to Second Class Petty Officer, she was
selected as Junior Military Member of the Year.
Afterwards she transferred to VFA 15 where she served as an
Chief Munn was then assigned to NAS Oceana in January 2008 as the Command Career
Counselor and the CMC Assistant. Afterwards
she checked onboard VAW 124 in September of 2009. During her tour she served as the Administrative
Leading Petty Officer and was meritoriously advanced to First Class Petty
Officer via the Command Advancement Program.
She was then selected to go on deployment onboard the USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN 69) with VAW 121 to lead their Administrative Department. Following that she reported to U. S. Fleet
Forces Command in May 2013 where she served as the Fleet Security Leading Petty
Officer. During her tour she earned her
Military Outstanding Voluntary Service Medal.
Upon completion of this tour, she reported to the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN
72) in June 2016 as CO/XO Admin and ESO LCPO where she promoted to the rank of
Chief Petty Officer. While there she led
29 Sailors while processing more than 4,000 pieces of time critical
correspondence and ensured 1,700 Navy Wide Advancement exams were administered
and processed. Her personal and service
awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine
Corps Achievement Medal (three awards), Joint Service Achievement Medal, Military
Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Navy Good Conduct Medal (six awards) and
various unit/campaign awards.