CMDCM Jordan Rosado
U.S. Sixth Fleet Command Master Chief
Command Master Chief (SS/SW/AW/DV) Jordan Rosado was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. In May 1998, he reported to Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, IL followed by Machinist’s Mate “A” school.
His sea duty assignments include USS SAIPAN LHA 2, USS SEAWOLF SSN 21, USS ALASKA SSBN 732, and as Chief of the Boat of USS RHODE ISLAND SSBN 740 and USS GEORGIA SSGN 729. During his tours, he completed many North Atlantic, Mediterranean and AFRICOM AOR deployments.
His shore duty assignments include Auxiliary Division LCPO at Performance Monitoring Team (Norfolk), Alcohol and Drug Control Officer at Commander, Submarine Group TEN, Command Master Chief of Commander, Submarine Squadron TWENTY, and Command Master Chief of Commander, Submarine Group EIGHT.
He has served on teams that have been recognized with numerous awards. His most precious ones are the Battle Effectiveness (Battle “E”) and the Deckplate Leadership Awards.
He is a distinguished honor graduate for exceptional military excellence of the U.S. Navy Senior Enlisted Academy (Class 134), and the Command Master Chief / Chief of the Boat Leadership Course. Additionally, he is a graduate of the Command Senior Enlisted Leader Executive Leadership Symposium and the Baltic Defense College Command Senior Enlisted Leader Course. He holds Associate’s Degrees in Applied Marine Engineering and Human Resources Management.
He assumed the duties as the Commander, U.S. SIXTH Fleet Command Master Chief on October 2021.
Master Chief Rosado’s personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (two awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (four awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (six awards), Battle Efficiency (six awards), Good Conduct Medal (seven awards), and various unit and service awards.