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Guardians of the First CoastImage CGC KINGFISHER LOGO
Mayport, Florida


Commanding Officer
LTJG Morgan Fowler relieved command of KINGFISHER on July 11, 2011.  She graduated from Troy University with a degree in English and minor in history prior to enlisting in the Coast Guard.  Following basic training and Boatswain's Mate "A" school, she was stationed at MSST New Orleans and attended Officer Candidate School in January 2009.  In May 2009, she reported to USCGC RELIANCE (WMEC-615) in Kittery, ME, where she served as assistant navigator and supply officer.

Executive Petty Officer
BMC Alban Hawley assumed the duties of Executive Petty Officer in June 2012. After graduating boot camp in Cape May, NJ in 2000, then SN Hawley reported to Station Destin, FL. While onboard he “struck” BM3 and was transferred to Station Oak Island, NC where held the position of Coxswain onboard the 47MLB, 41UTB, 27UTL, 25RBHS, 25RBS, and 23UTL. He also certified as a Boarding officer and advanced to the rank of BM2 during his tenure. BM2 Hawley then transferred to the USCGC Zephyr (WPC-8) where he held the position of underway OOD, Cutter Small boat Coxswain and Boarding Officer conducting counter drug smuggling operations off the coast of Central America. Later BM1 Hawley transferred to Station Ponce de Leon Inlet, FL where he assumed the duties as the Executive Petty Officer and was advanced to Chief Petty Officer.

BMC Hawley’s personal awards include the Coast Guard Commendation Medal, two Coast Guard Achievement medals, a Commandant’s Letter of Commendation as well as three Good Conduct medals.

Engineer Petty Officer/Command Chief
MKC Joseph Hernandez

KINGFISHER's crew is made up of anywhere from seven to nine personnel that includes a BM1, BM2, MK2, FS2, MK3, FN, and 2 SN. The crew comes from a diverse background and each offer a unique perspective that contributes to KINGFISHER's success.


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