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Commander Master Chief Rozette M. Masrelian

Command Master Chief Masrelian was born in Van Nuys, CA and enlisted in the Navy in June 1997. After completing Recruit Training Command, Technical Core, and Fire Controlman "A" School in Great Lakes, IL, she attended Tomahawk "C" school in San Diego, CA. She then reported to USS Benfold (DDG-65), home ported in San Diego, CA in December 1999. She served as a Work Center Supervisor for both Tomahawk and Harpoon Weapons Divisions in the Combat Systems Department. During her tour she completed two deployments, qualified Command Duty Officer and earned her Enlisted Surface Warfare qualification.

In September 2003, she transferred to Navy Recruiting District San Antonio where she advanced to Fire Controlman First Class and simultaneously converted to Navy Counselor (Recruiter). She completed her Associates of Arts Degree in Electronics Technology in December 2005. In August 2007, she was the Distinguished Graduate of her CRF Academy class in Pensacola, FL.

She reported to NRD Chicago as the Recruiter-in-Charge of NRS Greenfield, WI and was fleeted up as the zone supervisor, in Southeastern Wisconsin. She was promoted to Chief Petty Officer in September 2008. She led her team to win Zone of the Year, FY08. In November 2008, she took over Zone 2 in metro Chicago and again won Zone Sup of the Year and led her zone to win Zone of the Year, FY10.

She reported to NRD Los Angeles in April 2011, as a Divisional LCPO. She was selected to Senior Chief in July of 2013 and took over as Command Trainer. In transit, she completed the Air Force Senior Non-Comissioned Officer Course at Maxwell AFB in Montgomery, AL.

She reported to NRD Pittsburgh as the Assistant Chief Recruiter. She was in charge of all enlisted programs and operations covering four states, over 150 recruitersand upwards of 2,000 future Sailors.

She was selected to Command Senior Chief and received orders to Naval Support Activity Annapolis, where she was promoted to Master Chief in May 2017.

Her awards include three Navy Commendation Medals and the Navy Achievement Medal with four gold stars and various unit commendations and service ribbons.

Last Updated: 22 March 2022

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