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CMDCM(EXW/SW) Phillip Croshaw

CMDCM(EXW/SW)  Phillip R. Croshaw, a native of Bountiful, Utah enlisted in the Navy in June of 1996 and attended Basic Recruit Training in Great Lakes, Illinois followed by Aircraft Electrician “A” School in Pensacola, Florida cross rating to Master-at-Arms after attending “A” School September 2001 in San Antonio, Texas.  He graduated the Navy Senior Enlisted Academy in February 2016 (Class 193/Purple) and Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat Course (Class 22090) in May of 2022. 
His sea duty and overseas assignments include Assistant Chief Master-at-Arms onboard USS AUSTIN (LPD-4) (2001-2005), Patrol Chief at NAVSECFOR Bahrain (2005-2006), SEAL Team TWO (2009-2013) serving as Force Protection Officer and Mobility Commander for Task Force South in Baghdad, Iraq and Special Operations Task Force South East in Uruzgan Province Afghanistan, and Coastal Riverine Squadron FOUR (2016-2020), ALPHA Company and Commander, Task Unit 56.7.1 Senior Enlisted Leader on three occasions.
His shore tours include VF-101 (1997-2000) serving as an F-14 A/B/D variant Plane Captain, Training Officer/Weapons Officer at Public Safety Storefront Little Creek VA (2006-2009), Senior Enlisted Leader NAS at Corpus Christi Security Detachment (2013-2016), and Military Working Dog Course of Instruction Department Head at NAVTECHTRACEN Lackland AFB (2020-2022), reporting as the Command Master Chief to NSA South Potomac in Dahlgren Virginia in June of 2022.
Command Master Chief Croshaw holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Counterterrorism and Homeland Security.  His personal awards include the Navy Commendation Medal (four awards), Army Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal (four awards), Army Achievement Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, and various other unit and campaign medals and citations.  

Last Updated: 18 August 2022


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