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USCG Station Golden Gate
Command Cadre

 CWO3 Thomas J. Moore
Commanding Officer

CWO Moore is a native of Oregon State and enlisted into the U.S. Coast Guard in October of 1988. Upon graduation from boot camp at the Coast Guard's Training Center in Cape May New Jersey, CWO Moore was assigned to Motor Lifeboat Station Umpqua River in Winchester Bay, Oregon. From there, he was transferred to the USCGC MIDGETT (WHEC-726), Seattle WA, as an SNBM. In 1993 CWO Moore received orders to Motcwo3 mooreor Lifeboat Station Coos Bay, Charleston, OR where earned both his Coxswain and Surfman qualification. While at Station Coos Bay, CWO Moore also held the position as Supervisor for the Coquille River SARDET. In 1997, CWO Moore was transferred to Motor Lifeboat Station Chetco River, Harbor, OR. During his tour at Chetco River, he filled the role as Supervisor for the Rogue River SARDET for three years where he advanced to Chief Boatswain's Mate. In 2004, he was assigned to Motor Lifeboat Station Humboldt Bay, Samoa, CA, as the Executive Petty Officer. Upon completion of this successful tour, in 2007, he was assigned to the USCG Motor Lifeboat Standardization Team located at the National Motor Lifeboat School, Ilwaco, WA. In 2008, he received his commission to Chief Warrant Officer and was reassigned as the Operations Officer for Waterways Management at Coast Guard District Fourteen, Honolulu, HI. From there, CWO Moore received orders as Commanding Officer, Motor Lifeboat Station Golden Gate, Sausalito, CA and assumed command in 2012.

 BMC Travis T. Roloff
Executive Petty Officer

 MKC Jason M. Yates
Engineering Petty Officer

Chief Yates began his career in the U.S. Coast Guard when he enlisted in January of 2002, and attended recruit basic training in Cape May, New Jersey. From there he attended MK "A" School in Yorktown, VA and upon graduation received orders to Station Rockland Maine. It was there that Chief Yates earned his qualifications aChief Yatess a 47' Motor Lifeboat Boat Crewmember, 41' UTB Engineer, and Boarding Officer. In 2005, Chief Yates transferred to the USCGC MAUI (WPB-1304) based out of Bahrain. His follow up tours included the USCGC BLUEFIN (WPB-87318) out of Fort Pierce, FL; Aids to Navigation Team Galveston, Galveston, TX; and the USCGC BRANT (WPB-87348) out of Corpus Christi, TX. In the summer of 2012, Chief Yates reported to Motor Lifeboat Station Golden Gate, Sausalito, CA assuming the role of Engineering Petty Officer (EPO).

Some of Chief Yates personal accomplishments include earning a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and an Associates degree in Criminal Justice from Colorado Technical College. He is also a graduate of the U.S. Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Academy. His awards include a Coast Guard Commendation Medal, five Achievement Medals, four Coast Guard Good Conduct Medals, and an Iraq Campaign Medal.


Last Modified 1/12/2016