Commanding Officer

A native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Captain Christopher M. Culp entered the naval service through the health professions scholarship program in 1983 while a senior in the school of engineering at Vanderbilt University. He completed his MD in 1987 at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine and served his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia from 1987-1990, and was selected as Chief Medical Resident for the 1990-1991 year.

Culp entered active service in 1991, serving at Naval Hospital Pensacola and the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute. As the Special Studies department head at NAMI, he directed the Repatriated Prisoner of War project and the Thousand Aviator Study. In 1992, he reported to Naval Hospital Newport as the Internal Medicine Department Head.


Commanding Officer Culp

Christopher M. Culp
United States Navy

Executive Officer

A native of New Hampshire, Captain Case received a Bachelor of Arts in 1989 and Master of Healthcare Administration in 1993 from the University of New Hampshire.  In March 1994, following a successful five-year position in civilian healthcare administration, he accepted a new challenge and was commissioned as an Ensign in Medical Service Corps, United States Navy.

Upon completion of Officer Indoctrination School, Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, RI in 1994, he was assigned to Naval Hospital, Camp Lejeune, NC as the Assistant Head, Patient Administration Department.  In June 1996, he reported to the Amphibious Warfare School, Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Quantico, VA for duty under instruction.  Following completion of training, he was assigned as the Medical Plans Officer for Second Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, NC and Standing Joint Task Force, US Marine Forces, Atlantic, Camp Lejeune, NC.


Matthew Case
Medical Service Corps,
United States Navy

Command Master Chief

Master Chief Anderson was born and raised in a small town in Oregon and joined the Navy in June 1987 and attended Boot Camp and Hospital Corps School in San Diego, CA.  After Field Medical Service School at Camp Pendleton, he transferred to 3D Marine Division and was assigned to 3D Battalion, 12th Marines.  Assigned as Battery Senior Corpsmen for Echo 2/10 and Charlie 1/12 he deployed throughout the Pacific Rim.  In August 1990 he was transferred to Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 6th Marines for Desert Shield/Desert Storm.  Upon returning he was re-assigned to 4th Battalion, 12th Marines until disbanded.  He assumed the Leading Petty Officer position at 12th Marines Regimental Aid Station and was advanced to HM2.,


Eric S. Anderson
Command Master Chief (FMF/SW/AW/DV), 
United States Navy

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