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Command Master Chief Jeremy R. Dunlap
Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Jacksonville
and Naval Hospital Jacksonville

Command Master Chief Jeremy R. DunlapCommand Master Chief Jeremy R. Dunlap is a native of Fort Worth, Texas and received recruit basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Illinois in 1997.

Following his completion of basic training, he attended Basic Hospital Corpsman “A” School in San Diego, California, then Field Medical Service School at Camp Pendleton, California. Having spent the majority of his career with the Fleet Marine Force, he has served on every platform within the Marine Corps, to include instructor duties at Jungle Warfare Training Center in Okinawa, Japan and Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center in Bridgeport, California. Other tours of duty include various Marine Corps assignments during his time in Okinawa and Camp Pendleton, California. He has also served as the lead recruit division commander at Officer Training Command in Newport, Rhode Island and senior enlisted advisor for Officer Development, Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, Naval Service Training Command, Pensacola, Florida. In February 2020, Dunlap assumed the role of command master chief of Patrol and Reconnaissance Squadron 26, where he completed two successful deployments covering U.S. 4th, U.S. 6th and U.S. 7th Fleet areas of responsibility. 

Dunlap is a graduate of the Senior Enlisted Academy (Class 200/Khaki) CMC/COB Course (Class 183) and has participated in numerous exercises and deployments throughout Asia and the United States, as well as deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

In March 2023, Dunlap assumed the role of command master chief of Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Jacksonville (and its five units) and Naval Hospital Jacksonville (and its five branch health clinics).

His personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (three awards) Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (five awards) and various personal, unit and deployment awards. 

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