Port Security Unit 301, Cape Cod, Massachusetts


BMCM Wayne E.Davis

Master Chief Wayne E.Davis assumed his duties as Command Master Chief, Port Security Unit 301 in August 2017. Master Chief Davis’s primary duties are to report directly to and advise Commander Shawnn Nesser, Commanding Officer of Port Security Unit 301 on all matters pertaining to Port Security Units members and their families. Prior to assuming his duties as Port Security Units 301 Command Master Chief, Master Chief Davis served as Reserve Command Master Chief at Sector Boston.

Master Chief Davis enlisted in the United States Coast Guard on Active Duty in September of 1995. At the conclusion of a successful four year tour, Master Chief Davis continued to serve and further his Coast Guard career by enlisting in the United States Coast Guard Reserves in September of 1999. Master Chief Davis’s prior assignments, both Active and Reserve, include Station Situate, Station Point Allerton, Station Boston and Sector Boston.

Master Chief Davis has been called upon to serve on Active Duty during his Coast Guard Reserve career to facilitate some key Active Duty leadership roles. Some of those roles were Operation Boss, Chief of training for a Reserve Pilot program, Liaison Officer and Assistant Planning Chief for several major SEAR1 events.

Master Chief Davis is a native of Attleboro, Massachusetts and currently resides with his family in North Attleboro, Massachusetts. Master Chiefs’ personal awards include Coast Guard Commendation Medal, three Coast Guard Achievement Medals, an Armed Forces Reserve Medal, two Commandant’s Letter of Commendations, a National Defense Service Medal, a Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal, four Coast Guard Reserve Good Conduct Medals, a Boat Forces Operations Insignia, a Boat Coxswain pin along with numerous unit awards.