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BMCM Michael J. Ellis 

Command Master Chief, USCG Sector Guam

Sector Guam Command Master ChiefMaster Chief Boatswain’s Mate Michael Ellis is a native of Chattanooga, TN. He enlisted in the Coast Guard at the age of 17 and was assigned to USCG Station New Orleans upon graduation from USCG Training Center Cape May. His past assignments include USCGC CUSHING (WPB-1321) Mobile, AL; USCG Station Niagara, NY; USCGC SASSAFRAS (WLB-401) Apra Harbor, Guam; Executive Petty Officer/Plankowner USCGC PETREL (WPB-87350) San Diego, CA; Executive Petty Officer USCG Station Ft. Myers Beach, FL; and Officer in Charge, USCG Aids to Navigation Team San Francisco.  Prior to his assignment as the Command Master Chief of Sector Guam, Master Chief Ellis served as the Officer in Charge of USCGC SCIOTO (WLR-65504). 

Master Chief Ellis’s awards include (3) Coast Guard Commendation Medals with “O” devices, (2) Commandant’s Letter’s of Commendation with “O” devices, Coast Guard Presidential Unit Citation, Secretary’s Outstanding Unit Award, (3) Coast Guard Meritorious Unit Commendations, (4) Meritorious Team Commendations, Coast Guard “E” Ribbon, (2) National Defense Service Medals, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Transportation 9-11 Ribbon, Coast Guard Sea Service Ribbon, (5) Coast Guard Good Conduct Medals, Overseas Service Ribbon, Coast Guard Expert Rifle Medal, CG Expert Pistol Medal.  Master Chief Ellis has earned the permanent Cutterman, Coxswain, and advanced Boat Forces Insignias.  He is also qualified to wear the Officer in Charge qualification pins for both afloat and ashore.

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