Chronology of Reserve Assignments

Retired
June 2014

Member
Coast Guard Standby Reserve
April 2007-June 2014 

Operations Officer
Port Security Unit 305
January 2006-April 2007

Senior Reservist (Incident Management)
Sector Hampton Roads
July 2005-December 2005
Active Duty in addition to required Annual Training:
* Resource Unit Leader, Atlantic Area Incident Management Team for Hurricane Response, September-October 2005
* Response Command Duty Officer, Sector Hampton Roads, July-September 2005

Senior Reserve Officer and Alternate Deputy Group Commander
Group Hampton Roads
October 2002-July 2005
Active Duty in addition to required Annual Training:

* Acting Deputy Commander, Group Hampton Roads, July & August 2004

Search & Rescue and Emergency Response Controller
Atlantic Area & Fifth District Command Center
July 1996-September 2002
Active Duty in addition to required Annual Training:
* Search & Rescue Coordinator, Rescue Coordination Center Norfolk, October 2001-September 2002
* Maritime Search and Rescue School, December 1996
* Search & Rescue Coordinator, Rescue Coordination Center Norfolk, July-September 1996

Reserve Forces Integration Program Manager
Fifth Coast Guard District
February 1995-June 1996
Active Duty in addition to required Annual Training:
* On active duty during entire period
* Reserve Officer Candidate Indoctrination Course, June 1996

Security Platoon Chief
Port Security Unit 305, Fort Eustis
October 1994-August 1995

Reserve Supervisor
Aids to Navigation Team Kennebec, Reserve Unit Hampton Roads
February 1994-October 1994
Active Duty in addition to required Annual Training:
* Chief Petty Officer Academy, Training Center Petaluma, June-July 1994

Augmentation Chief Petty Officer
Marine Safety Office/Group Philadelphia, Reserve Unit Philadelphia
January 1992-January 1994
Active Duty in addition to required Annual Training:
* Technical Writer/Editor, Maintenance & Logistics Command Pacific/Civil Engineering, September 1993
* Executive Petty Officer, Station Plum Island, June-August 1992
* Officer-in-Charge Course, Training Center Petaluma, May 1992

Pollution Investigator & Port Operations Boarding Officer

Marine Safety Office/Group Philadelphia, Reserve Unit Philadelphia
September 1987-January 1992
Active Duty in addition to required Annual Training:
* Executive Petty Officer, Station Plum Island, June-August 1991
* Coxswain & Officer of the Day, Station Plum Island, June-August 1990
* Coxswain & Officer of the Day, Station Maniste, June-August 1989
* Coxswain, Station Plum Island, June-August 1988
* Small Boat Coxswain Course, Training Center Yorktown, May 1988

Small Boat Rehabilitation Technician
Coast Guard Yard, Reserve Unit Curtis Bay
May 1986-September 1987
Active Duty in addition to required Annual Training:
* Crewmember, Station Plum Island, June-August 1987
* Small Boat Crewmember Course, Training Center Yorktown, May 1987

Pollution Investigator
Marine Safety Office Baltimore, Reserve Unit Potomac River
September 1984-May 1986
Active Duty in addition to required Annual Training:
* Editor of The Reservist, Commandant (G-RSP)/Reserve Programs, non-consecutive, August 1985-May 1987
* Technical Editor, Commandant (G-ENE)/Naval Engineering, March-June 1985

Pollution Investigator, Boarding Officer, & Small Boat Crewmember
Captain of the Port & Station New London, Reserve Unit New London
April 1980-August 1984
Active Duty in addition to required Annual Training:
* Pollution Investigator, Captain of the Port New Haven, July-August 1983
* Port Security "A" School, June-August 1981
* Basic Training, June-August 1980

Notes to career chronology:
1. Entire career as a Reservist, although have served for periods of active duty.
2. Every year as Selected Reservist, served at least 48 periods of Inactive Duty for Training (generally, weekends) and 12-15 days of required Active Duty for Training - Annual Training; regular ADT-AT is not listed in the above chronology, only periods in excess of the usual 12-15 days per year.
3. Some years, served additional active duty performed as indicated by bullets above.
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