AMTCM Brian K. Zuckerman
Command Master Chief
AMTCM Zuckerman joined the Coast Guard in 1992. After completing boot camp in Cape May, NJ he was assigned to Station Chincoteague, VA where he quickly became small boat engineer qualified on the 44’ Motor Life Boat and 21’ Rigid Hull Inflatable.
After graduating AD “A” School in 1995, Master Chief Zuckerman’s first aviation tour began in Sacramento, CA. There he qualified as an HC-130H Basic Aircrew, Drop Master and Flight Engineer while capitalizing on the myriad of outdoor activities including mountain biking, rock climbing, whitewater kayaking and backpacking.
In 2001, he ventured overseas to Air Station Barbers Point, Hawaii where he became a valued team leader of the HC-130H Corrosion Team, Metal Shop and C-130 Shop.
In 2006, he returned to Sacramento where he became a key deployable asset, helping to interdict drugs and migrants. In addition, he also became a Primary QA for the unit.
In 2008, he advanced to Chief Petty Officer and transferred to Clearwater, FL where he supervised maintenance shops, administered crew flight pay, facilitated crew leave and served as the Education Services Chief.
Advancing to Senior Chief in 2012, his leadership was at the forefront of the Aviation Logistics Center as the senior enlisted member in Policy and Quality Assurance.
Master Chief Zuckerman served as the LCPO for Air Station Cape Cod from 2015-2019.