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CMDCS Danderrick R. Ocampo

Command Senior Chief Petty Officer Ocampo was born in Manila Philippines and is a native of California. He graduated from J Eugene Mcateer High School in San Francisco, California and reported to Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, IL in July 1999.
His first assignment was 1st Marine Division, 3rd Light Armor Reconnaissance Battalion in Twenty-Nine Palms, CA where he advanced to Hospital Corpsman Third Class and was deployed twice. First as a Line Corpsman for Charlie Company to Okinawa Japan, and then as the Senior Line Corpsman with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit. In April 2003, he reported to Branch Medical Clinic, Pearl Harbor, HI. In September 2004, he was augmented to deploy with the 1st Battalion 3rd Marines to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Phantom Fury and Operation New Dawn in Fallujah, Iraq. During his deployment, he qualified as an Enlisted Fleet Marine Force Warfare Specialist and was advanced to Hospital Corpsman Second Class.
In March 2007, he attended the Naval School Health Sciences and completed Biomedical Equipment Technician “C” School in Wichita Falls, Texas where he was advanced to Hospital Corpsman First Class.  Upon completion of his training, he reported to Naval Hospital Rota, Spain as the Leading Petty Officer of the Material Management Department. In June 2011, he reported to Pre-commissioning Unit ARLINGTON.  In April 2013, he became a Plank Owner of the USS ARLINGTON (LPD 24) where he was assigned as the Health Services Department Leading Petty Officer. While onboard he qualified as an Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist. In September 2014, he was advanced to a Chief Hospital Corpsman and was assigned as the Division Leading Chief Petty Officer of Health Services Department.
In August 2015, he reported to Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA and was assigned as the Biomedical Division Leading Chief Petty Officer. Additionally, he was appointed by BUMED as the Enlisted Technical Leader for Biomedical Equipment Technician (NEC LO8A) community. He was also assigned as the Leading Chief Petty Officer of Command Fitness.  In July 2019, he reported to NMRTC, Okinawa Japan as the Leading Chief Petty Officer of Material Management Department. In September 2020 he was advanced to a Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman and was assigned as Senior Enlisted Leader for Directorate for Administration, Directorate for Health Business and Directorate for Resource Management. 
In August 2021, he transferred to III Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group, Okinawa, Japan and served as the Battalion Leading Chief Petty Officer for III Marine Expeditionary Force Support Battalion and 3d Intelligence Battalion. In January 2022, he transferred to 3D Marine Logistics Group as the HQ Senior Enlisted and also served as Acting Command Master Chief for 3D Marine Logistics Group. He assumed the duties as the Command Senior Chief of Navy Support Activity Panama City, Florida in December 2023.
Command Senior Chief Ocampo is a graduate of the United States Navy Senior Enlisted Academy, 248 (Green) and the Command Master Chief & Chief of the Boat Course. 
His decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal (5 awards), Navy Achievement Medal (5 awards), Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Good Conduct (8 awards), Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal (2 awards), Iraq Campaign Medal, as well as various unit awards.

Last Updated: 7 December 2023


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