|Brandy D. Brossard|
Yeoman First Class Petty Officer
Yeoman 1st Class Petty Officer Brandy D. Brossard enlisted in the United States Navy on Aug. 5, 2002.
Brossard’s first shore duty tour was at Naval Submarine Base Point Loma in San Diego, Calif. where she served as a patrolman and field training officer. While stationed aboard NSB Point Loma, she volunteered for Individual Augmentee duty in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as part of the Joint Detainee Operations Battalion.
Sea duty assignments include: Lead Master-At-Arms Fighter Squadron VFA-195 in Atsugi, Japan where she completed several Rim of the Pacific exercises (RIMPAC) aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) and USS George Washington (CVN 73). While aboard George Washington, she served as a Watch Commander, Patrol Supervisor, Field Training Officer, Line Coach, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response and part of the training department. Brossard participated in Operations Tailsman, Foal Eagle, Valiant Shield and Malabar.
She served at the security department at Naval Station Everett, Washington as a Watch Commander also performed duties as VWAC, Assistant CIAC, Navy Marine Corps Fund Drive Command Key, Sponsorship Coordinator, Command Force Protection Team Member and Administrative Supervisor.
Brossards’ personal decorations include the Joint Service Achievement Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Service Award, Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2), Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet Sailor of the Year and various other service awards.
Brossard received her Associate’s Degree in General Studies from Central Texas College in 2006 and her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration from Columbia College in 2009.