Submarine Squadron 11


San Diego, CA
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CMDCM Jeffrey Hiscocks

Command Master Chief, Submarine Squadron Eleven

Command Master Chief Jeffrey Lynn Hiscocks was born January 27, 1978 in Belmond, Iowa. He graduated from Aledo High School inMay 1996 and entered the U.S. Navy in February of 2000, attending basic training in Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois.

Hiscocks attended Machinist Mate Auxiliary “A” School in Groton, Connecticut and a follow on “C” school in Bangor, Washington. His first duty assignment was USS Alabama (SSBN 731) (B) in Bangor. While assigned to Alabama, he completed ten trident strategic deterrent patrols, completed qualifications as chief of the watch and diving officer of the watch, and was advanced to the rank of first class petty officer before transferring to Trident Training Facility, Bangor in December 2006.

Following a two-year shore duty as the auxiliary division leading petty officer, where he qualified as a master training specialist, Hiscocks transferred to the USS Maine (SSBN 741) (G) in Bangor. Aboard the Maine he served as the auxiliary division leading petty officer in October 2008. While assigned, he completed two trident strategic deterrent patrols and was promoted to chief petty officer in September 2009.

In January 2010, Hiscocks transferred to the USS Texas (SSN 775) stationed in Pearl Harbor, HI where he served as the auxiliary division chief petty officer. While assigned to the Texas he conducted one deployment U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility and one western pacific deployment before dry-docking the ship for a 21-month overhaul in the Pearl Harbor Shipyard. During his tour aboard the Texas he was advanced to senior chief petty officer in May of 2012.

Hiscocks reported to Commander Submarine Squadron Twenty in Kings Bay, Georgia as the damage control assistant in April of 2013. His responsibilities included providing refresher training, administrative, and operational oversight to five Trident II submarines and their crews. He also provided at-sea and pre-deployment training and evaluation to ten Trident II SSBN crews. While attached to the Commander Submarine Squadron Twenty staff he completed qualifications and was selected for chief of the boat assignment.

In March of 2016 he arrived in Pearl Harbor where he served as chief of the boat aboard USS Hawaii (SSN 776). During his tour he advanced to the rank of master chief Petty officer and completed one western pacific deployment. He was later selected into the command master chief program in February of 2019.

In September of 2019, he transferred to his current duty station as the command master chief of commander, Submarine Squadron Eleven in San Diego.

Master Chief Hiscocks is a graduate of the United States Navy Senior Enlisted Academy (Class 192) (Red) and the United States Navy Leadership and Ethics Center Command Master Chief/Command Senior Chief/Chief of the Boat course (Class 153) in Newport, RI.

Master Chief Hiscocks is fortunate to have been a part of many outstanding teams during his career resulting in one Battle Efficiency “E” award. His personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corp Commendation Medal (four awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (nine awards), Enlisted Submarine Warfare Insignia and various other unit and personal awards.