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Master Chief Petty Officer (EXW) Michael Doble Acting Command Master Chief, Naval Information Force Reserve

A native of Cambridge, MN, Master Chief Doble entered the U.S. Navy in February 1998. He graduated from recruit Training Command, Great Lakes in May 1998 and then became a Cryptologic Technician Collection “CTR” and attended C school for Direct Support Operator after studying at Naval Training Center (NTC) Corry Station in Pensacola, FL.
After four years of Active duty service, he affiliated with the Navy Reserve Security Group Minneapolis in February 2002. In March 2006, he was recalled to Active Duty in response to the Global War on Terrorism. Master Chief Doble was selected for Chief in 2009 and then Senior Chief in 2011. He was again recalled to Active Duty in 2012 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. After returning from mobilization he was selected to Master Chief Petty Officer in 2014. In March 2022. Master Chief Doble accepted long term orders to NAVIFORES to be the enlisted team lead for the Operationalize CNIFR OPT.
Master Chief Doble’s previous duty assignment include: SIGINT Analyst, USS Shiloh (CG-67) San Diego, CA; SIGINT LPO, NSGA Minneapolis, MN; SIGINT Operator, Joint Special Operation Command, Fort Bragg, NC; SEL NR NIOC Texas-Minneapolis, MN; SIGINT Intelligence Marine Battalion Africa  J2 NCOIC, Djibouti; N9 CTR Rating Advisor, Naval Information Force Reserve Fort Worth, TX; Regional SEL Naval Information Force Reserve Southeast, Jacksonville, FL; SEL NR DIA J2 Pentagon, Washington, DC.     
Master Chief Doble’s decorations include the Meritorious Service medal, the Joint Service Commendation medals (two awards), the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals (two awards), the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals (two awards), the joint Meritorious Unit Awards, the Battle E commendation (four awards), and various campaign and service awards. In his civilian career, he has worked in Human Resources and Industrial Safety.