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Command Master Chief Charles A. Stanicki

Command Master Chief Cyber Command

U.S. Coast Guard

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Command Master Chief, Charles A. Stanicki reported to CG Cyber Command following his most recent assignment as Command Master Chief, CG Base Portsmouth, VA. 

After graduating from Training Center Cape May in January 1993, CMC Stanicki’s first assignment was aboard USCGC Durable (WMEC 628) in St. Petersburg, FL serving in deck department. In 1995, he reported to Station Ft. Pierce, FL and performed Search and Rescue and Boarding Team member duties. 

Following graduation from Aviation Technical Training Center Elizabeth City, NC, in 1996 as an Aviation Machinists Mate, CMC Stanicki reported to Air Station Cape May, NJ to serve as a flight mechanic aboard the HH-65A. After the decommissioning of Air Station Cape May, he transferred to Air Station Atlantic City, NJ where he continued to serve as a flight mechanic. 

In 1998, after selection as a recruiter, CMC Stanicki reported to Recruiting Office Louisville, KY where he performed Executive Petty Officer duties, recruiting, and Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) liaison.

In 2003, CMC Stanicki reported to the Coast Guard Recruiting Command in Arlington, VA where he conducted internet recruiting and the slating of members to report to boot camp at TRACEN Cape May. 

In 2004, he transferred to the Personnel Service Command as the sole Airman Program Coordinator for the Coast Guard, processing flight physicals, waivers, and school assignments. 

In 2005, CMC Stanicki reported to Air Station Savannah, GA where he resumed duties as a flight mechanic aboard the MH-65C, ran the unit airman program and performed quality assurance duties. 

In 2007, CMC Stanicki reported to Helicopter Interdiction Tactical Squadron Jacksonville, FL as the first AMTC to stand the unit up from contract Agusta maintenance to Coast Guard MH-65C maintenance, which required a complete diverse equipment build for the unit. While there, CMC Stanicki ran day and night shift maintenance planning, served as a quality assurance inspector, a helicopter recovery team member, and aviation precision marksman. 

In 2011, CMC Stanicki reported to the Aviation Logistics Center in Elizabeth City, NC aboard the 65 Product Line, where he served as Leading Chief, Maintenance Chief for depot level maintenance, as well as logistics compliance inspection team member. 

In 2014, CMC Stanicki reported to Air Station Elizabeth City, NC where he served as Leading Chief for all MH-60 and C-130J personnel and then moved to the Command Master Chief position overseeing 230 members. 

CMC Stanicki graduated from the Coast Guard Chief’s Academy in July 2008 and the Senior Enlisted Leadership Course in September 2012. 

CMC Stanicki’s personal military awards include the Coast Guard Commendation Medal (three awards), Coast Guard Achievement Medal (four awards), COMDT’s Letter of Commendation ribbon bar (four awards) and Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal. 

He is a native of Linden, NJ and is married to SKCS Penny Lynn Stanicki originally from Ocean City, MD and they have three sons, Timothy, Vincent and Dylan.