Command Master Chief
CMDCM Dreamer Reid
Command Master Chief Dreamer Reid is a native of Valdosta, Georgia. She enlisted in the United States Navy in 1998, and reported to Great Lakes, Illinois for basic training. Upon completion of recruit training, she attended Yeoman “A” School in Meridian, Mississippi, graduating as the class Honor Student.
Master Chief Reid reported to Commander, Second Fleet and reported for duty onboard the USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20) during Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom, as the Commanding Officer’s administrative assistant. She transferred to Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Detachment, Mayport, Florida where she served as the administrative assistant and student control officer.
Master Chief Reid’s next duty assignment brought her to Okinawa, Japan where she served as the Flag Writer and Leading Petty Officer for Expeditionary Strike Squadron Seven. She promoted to the rank of Chief Petty Officer before transferring to the Afloat Training Group, Western Pacific located in Yokosuka, Japan. Master Chief Reid transferred to VFA-105 located in Oceana, Virginia and deployed on the USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) to the United States Fifth and Sixth Fleet AOR in support of Operation INHERENT RESOLVE.
In October 2019 Master Chief Reid was assigned as the Command Master Chief for Naval Support Facility, Deveselu, Romania. She lead the installation and supported the joint efforts of Romania – US. Alliance. She is currently serving at Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Nine, Norfolk, Virginia.
She is a graduate of the U.S. Navy Senior Enlisted Academy, (Class 217 Orange) and the Command Master Chief Capstone course (Class 196). She holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Healthcare Management from Webster University.
Master Chief Reid is a qualified Aviation Warfare, Surface Warfare, and Information Warfare Specialist. Her personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (7) and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (7 awards) in addition campaign and unit awards.