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Senior Chief Jason W. Brack assumed the duties as Command Senior Chief, Pacific Tactical Law Enforcement Team (PACTACLET) in July of 2011. His duties include advising the Commanding Officer in all matters relating to the enlisted workforce; promoting good order and discipline, making recommendations to improve quality of life, and mentoring the unit’s junior officers.
Senior Chief Brack enlisted in the Coast Guard in 1993 and was assigned to ROMEO company 143 during recruit training. His first assignment was to the CGC MIDGETT (WHEC 726), where he was assigned as a member of Deck Force. His duties included Bridge Watch Stander, Boatswain’s Mate of the Watch, Small Boat Crewmember, and Boarding Team Member. In 1996 Senior Chief Brack was transferred to Coast Guard Station Tillamook Bay. It was while assigned to this unit that he made the decision to strike Boatswain’s Mate.
Upon advancement to BM3, Senior Chief Brack had the opportunity to return to the 378’ community and was assigned to the CGC MELLON (WHEC 717), from 1997 through 2000. During this tour his duties included Quartermaster of the Watch, Small Boat Coxswain, and Damage Control Training Team Member. After completing numerous Alaskan Patrols Senior Chief Brack asked for and received an assignment to the Aids to Navigation Team in Galveston Texas. While there he qualified as a 55’ Aids to Navigation Boat Coxswain, a 25’ TANB Coxswain, and an Aids to Navigation Technician.
In 2002 Senior Chief Brack was offered a position at the newly forming Maritime Safety and Security Team (MSST), in Seattle. As a member of the initial crew he underwent Initial Standup Training in Camp Lejeune, NC. His duties included Tactical Coxswain, Boarding Officer, Command Duty Officer, and Water Side Security Chief. He served on board the MSST from 2002 through 2007. His last assignment prior to taking over as the PACTACLET Command Senior Chief was to Sector Long Island Sound where he served as a member of the Enforcement Division.
Senior Chief Brack earned his Associates Degree in General Studies from City University out of Seattle, WA. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree in Homeland Security with American Military University. He is married to SKC Renee Brack who is currently serving aboard CGC Sherman. They have two daughters, Destry who is ten and Malia who is 8.
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