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Captain Jonathan Haynes
Supply Corps, United States Navy
Commanding Officer
Center for Service Support

Commanding Officer

Raised in Apison, Tenn., Captain Haynes graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering. He holds a Master of Science degree in Operations Research from the Naval Postgraduate School and is a graduate of the Fuqua School of Business Advanced Management Program at Duke University.

Haynes’ previous command assignments include command afloat as commanding officer, Naval Special Warfare Group One, Logistics Support Unit, where he concurrently served as logistics officer, Naval Special Warfare Group One, and command ashore as commanding officer, Priority Material Office.

His other operational assignments include tours as assistant supply officer in USS Wainwright (CG 28); supply officer in USS Atlanta (SSN 712); assistant supply officer in USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20); and current logistics operations director and strategic logistics planner at Combined Forces Command – Afghanistan in support of operation Enduring Freedom.

Ashore, his assignments include instructor and curriculum coordinator, Navy Supply Corps School; logistics readiness officer, Commander Logistics Group Western Pacific (CTF-73); assistant director, Supply Chain Operations Research Division, Naval Inventory Control Point – Mechanicsburg; head, Logistics Division, Allied Maritime Command Naples, where he oversaw the multi-national maritime logistics for NATO’s arms embargo of Libya during operation Unified Protector; professor of life cycle logistics, Defense Acquisition University - Ft. Belvoir campus; and head, Logistics Operations Programs and Policy Branch and deputy director, Logistics Programs and Business Operations Division (OPNAV N41) in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.

Haynes assumed command of Center for Service Support in June 2017 after serving as Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics, Combat Systems, Maintenance, and Engineering for Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command.

Haynes’ qualifications include joint qualified officer, Navy Expeditionary Supply Corps Officer, Submarine Supply Officer, Surface Warfare Supply Corps Officer, Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level III (Life Cycle Logistics), and membership in the Defense Acquisition Professional Corps. His military decorations and awards include two Legion of Merit Medals, two Defense Meritorious Service Medals, three Meritorious Service Medals, the Joint Service Commendation Medal, five Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals, two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, and various unit and campaign awards. He is a recipient of the Military Operations Research Society’s Stephen A. Tisdale Graduate Research Award and the Department of the Navy Admiral Stan Arthur Award for Logistics Excellence – Operational Logistics Team of the Year.


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Mr. Frederic M. Schomburg
Executive Director
Center for Service Support

Executive Director

Mr. Frederic “Fred” Schomburg, a native of Rockland, Massachusetts, began his military career in February 1976 when he enlisted in the U.S. Army. His active duty military assignments included two tours at Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Stuttgart and Bamberg, Germany; Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; and Seoul, South Korea. He retired from the Army as a Command Sergeant Major (CSM) in 2003. His final assignment was as the CSM for the 176th Finance Battalion, Seoul, Korea. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Sergeant’s Major Academy and was awarded the Legion of Merit to culminate his distinguished 27+ year active duty career.

In 2003, he was hired as the Budget Analyst for the Navy Warfare Development Command, Newport, Rhode Island. There, he was responsible for the planning and execution of a $25M operational budget.

He was selected as a Financial Manager trainee at Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts in November 2005, with subsequent assignments that quickly increased in scope and responsibility, starting with the 350th Electronic Systems Group, as Lead Financial Manager for the Air and Space Operations Center (AOC), 653 Electronic System Group; the the $165M Tactical Data Network portfolio; and culminating as the Chief Financial Officer, 851 Electronic Systems Group, 551 Electronic Systems Wing where he provided strategic financial oversight for the Multi-Platform Radar Technology Insertion Program (MP-RTIP), an Acquisition Category 1D (ACAT 1D) activity. Additionally, he provided training and supervision for three military officers, three government civilians, and two contractor personnel of the Financial Management Branch.

Mr. Schomburg then accepted the assignment as Budget Analyst for the Veteran’s Administration’s Veteran’s Integrated Service Network which provides oversight to all VA activities throughout the New England network and provided management oversight to its $2.5B budget.


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Master Chief Petty Officer Randy J. Bell
Command Master Chief
Center for Service Support

Command Master Chief

Master Chief Randy J. Bell is a native of Brockton, Massachusetts. He enlisted in the United States Navy in March 2000. Upon completion of recruit training in Great Lakes, Illinois, he attended Hull Technician “A” School.

His sea duty assignments have been forward deployed to Japan and include USS Vincennes (CG 49); after which he converted to the Master-at-Arms rating and attended MA “A” School in Point Loma, California; USS Tortuga (LSD 46) serving as Chief Master-at-Arms and Weapons Division Leading Chief Petty Officer.

His shore duty assignments include Commander Navy Region Hawaii Security Department serving as a Watch Commander; Navy Provisional Guard Battalion, Joint Detention Operations Group, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba serving as an Individual Augmentee Cell Block Leading Petty Officer; and Navy Recruiting District Dallas serving as Recruiter-in-Charge, Navy Recruiting Station Lewisville, Texas.

Master Chief Bell was selected for the Command Senior Chief Program in 2012. He graduated from the Senior Enlisted Academy Class #166 Blue Group with honors and is a graduate of the Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat Command Leadership School Class #102 as well as the National Defense University Keystone Course 16-1. He has served as Command Senior Chief of USS Defender (MCM-2) and USS Chief (MCM-14). He reported to Center for Service Support, Newport, Rhode Island as Command Master Chief, July 2015.

He holds an Associate’s degree in Criminal Justice from Chaminade University of Honolulu and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Saint Leo University. He holds certifications as a Master Homeland Security Specialist, Police Officer (Government Service) and Counselor (Professional and Kindred) through the U.S. Department of Labor.

His personal awards include the Navy Commendation Medal (2 awards), Joint Service Achievement Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (8 Awards) as well as various other unit and campaign awards.


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