Master Chief Petty Officer Jason K. Wong
Master Chief Petty Officer Jason K. Wong reports to Sector Saint Petersburg from the US Army Sergeants Major Academy, Fort Bliss, Texas. Master Chief Wong enlisted in the Coast Guard in September 1993 and attended recruit training at USCG Training Center Cape May, NJ.
Prior to attending the Sergeants Major Academy, Master Chief Wong was assigned to Recruit Training at Training Center Cape May, NJ as a Company Commander and Section Commander. He completed his tour at Cape May as the Battalion Commander. As the senior enlisted member in the Recruit Training Battalion, Master Chief Wong directly supervised 63 Company Commanders, and managed the day-to-day operations of recruit training. His other assignments include ISC Honolulu, HI; CGC Point Evans, HI; ISC Portsmouth, VA; CGC Vigilant, FL; and Training Center Cape May Health Services Center, NJ.
Master Chief Wong’s awards include three Coast Guard Commendation Medals, Coast Guard Achievement Medal, two Comdt’s Letter of Commendation, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, five Good Conduct Medals, and numerous other individual and unit awards. He has earned the Permanent Cutterman and Company Commander Insignias.
Master Chief Wong hails from the beautiful state of Hawaii and is joined here with his wife Barbara of Harrison, New Jersey. They have three children, Patrick, Jasmine, and Lindsay.
USCG SECTOR ST. PETERSBURG
600 8TH AVE, S.E.
ST. PETERSBURG, FL 33701