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Teddy L. Chambers
Senior Chief Petty Officer
United States Navy

Senior Chief Petty Officer Chambers is a native of Beckley, WV.  He entered the Navy in August 2004 at Recruit Training Center, Great Lakes, IL and completed Hospital Corpsman “A" School in Great Lakes, IL.

February 2005, he reported to his first assignment at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP), VA.  In March of 2005 he reported to Field Medical Service School Camp Lejeune, NC for duty under instruction.  Upon graduation in May 2005, he received temporary orders to Marine Corps Officer Candidate School Quantico, VA.  In July 2005 he deployed to Iraq with 2nd Medical Battalion, Alpha Surgical Company from August 2005 until March 2006 where he was advanced to Petty Officer 3rd Class and qualified as Enlisted Fleet Marine Force Warfare Specialist.

In March 2008, he reported to Naval School Health Sciences, San Diego, CA where he obtained NEC 8432 Preventive Medicine Technician and advanced to Petty Officer Second Class.  In November 2008 he received orders to USS Bataan (LHD5), Norfolk, VA.  He deployed with the Bataan Amphibious Readiness Group (ARG) from May 2009 – December 2009.  He then deployed with the Bataan ARG from January to April 2010 in support of earthquake relief for Operation Unified Response where he qualified as Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist.  In March 2011 he deployed with the Bataan ARG where he advanced to Petty Officer 1st Class and qualified as Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist. In January 2012 he reported to Branch Health Clinic, Naval Station Norfolk as Leading Petty Officer, Preventive Medicine, Occupational Health, OB/GYN and Mental Health. 

In February 2016 he reported to 3d Battalion, 2d Marines, 2d Marine Division where he was selected for Chief Petty Officer in August 2016.  He August 2016 he deployed with 3/2 as part of UDP-East in Okinawa Japan.  In March 2017 he reported to 2d Battalion, 10th Marines, 2d Marine Division as the Battalion Leading Chief Petty Officer.  In October 2018 he deployed with 2/10 to Norway in support of Operation Trident Juncture where he also served as 2d Marine Division Combined Aid Station Senior Enlisted Leader.  In April 2019 he reported to NMRTC Quantico and was assigned as the Leading Chief Petty Officer of John H. Bradley Branch Clinic, Officer Candidate School.  In October 2021 he was assigned as Senior Enlisted Leader, Director Public Health Services.

In May 2022 he was selected for Senior Chief Petty Officer and reported to COMUSNAVCENT as the Force Preventive Medicine Technician and Senior Enlisted Leader for N00 Department.  In December 2023 he reported onboard NMRTC Quantico as the Acting Command Senior Enlisted Leader where he is currently serving. 

Senior Chief Petty Officer Chambers' personal awards include Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (four awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (three awards), Good Conduct Medal (six awards) and numerous campaign and unit awards.  ​


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