Captain Scott E. Langum

Commanding Officer

Captain Scott Langum reports aboard having served as the Chief of the Future Operations Division, U.S. Northern Command. In this capacity, he was responsible for coordinating mission efforts for Defense Support of Civil Authorities, Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear response, Theater Security Cooperation, Combating Transnational Organized Crime, Personnel Recovery and Search and Rescue.

Captain Langum is originally from Colfax, WA and graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in 1993, earning a Bachelor of Science in Government. His first operational tour was aboard the USCGC SUNDEW (WLB-404) in Duluth, MN. He then served as the Aids to Navigation Officer for the Greater Antilles Section in San Juan, P.R.

His previous aviation assignments include Commanding Officer, U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Houston, TX, Executive and Operations Officer of Air Station Traverse City, MI, as well as Air Station Sitka, AK, and Group/Air Station Astoria, OR. He also served as a Flight Examiner at the Coast Guard’s Aviation Training Center in Mobile, AL. During his ATC Mobile tour, he served as a member of the MH-60T design team and flew as the Pilot-in-Command of one of the first Coast Guard assets to arrive in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

In addition to his staff assignment at U.S. Northern Command, Captain Langum also served as a Military Liaison to the United States Senate. In this capacity, he was responsible for facilitating the Coast Guard’s congressional engagements with the Senate.

Captain Langum’s personal decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Distinguished Flying Cross, three Meritorious Service Medals, two Commendation Medals, and three Achievement Medals. He earned a Master of Public Administration from the University of South Alabama and a Master of Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College.

He is married to the former Carmen Harder of Colfax, Washington, and they have two daughters, Kendall and Paige, who both attend Texas A&M University



Master Chief George Hernandez

Master Chief George Hernandez

Command Master Chief

AMTCM George Hernandez is assigned as the Command Master Chief of Air Station Cape Cod. A Los Angeles Native, Master Chief Hernandez began his military career in 1989 in the U.S. Army’s 25th Infantry. During his time at Schofield Barracks, he graduated from the U.S. Army Noncommissioned Officers Academy in 1993. Upon his transition into the U.S. Coast Guard, Master Chief served a short tour stationed onboard the USCGC Rush from 1996-1997 prior to beginning his aviation career at Air Station San Diego, CA from 1997-2001. AMTCM Hernandez continued on to Air Station Clearwater, FL from 2001-2008. During this time, AMTCM Hernandez completed the C-130 Flight Engineer Initial Course in 2004, and wrapped up the tour with completion of the Chief Petty Officer Academy in 2008. AMTCM Hernandez then returned to the west coast at Air Station Sacramento, CA, where he served from 2008-2014, and just recently completed one year at Air Station New Orleans, LA.

AMTCM Hernandez’s aviation experience has included both fixed (HC-130H) and rotary (HH-60H) wing aircraft. Additionally, his top military decorations include a Coast Guard Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and four Coast Guard Achievement Medals.

AMTCM Hernandez is married to Martha Hernandez and is the father of three children; Jovan (18) Alicia (15) and Jayden (5).