Air Station Borinquen - Executive Officer
CDR Jeremy J. Anderson
Executive Officer, Air Station Borinquen
Commander Jeremy Anderson assumes the Executive Officer position at Air Station Borinquen following two years of service as the Air Station’s Operations Officer, where he managed all aviation Search and Rescue, Law Enforcement, and Training operations. Arriving at Air Station Borinquen two months prior to Hurricanes Irma and Maria’s devastation of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, he helped lead the Coast Guard’s aerial response in delivering over 51,000lbs of humanitarian aid to those in need. As the Executive Officer, he is responsible for directing all administrative and logistical services for CG members and families at the remote overseas air station.
CDR Anderson enlisted in the Coast Guard in 1992 and served almost two years on USCGC WASHINGTON, a 110ft patrol boat based in Honolulu, HI, before gaining acceptance to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT. His tours since graduating the academy in 1998 include two years navigating the Great Lakes on USCGC ACACIA, a 180ft buoy tender out of Charlevoix, MI, and serving as an operational duty-standing pilot at air stations in North Bend, OR and Traverse City, MI. He then served four years at ATC Mobile, AL, as the Branch Training Officer and as the Assistant Branch Chief for the H-65 fleet. Prior to arriving in Borinquen, he served at Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington D.C., in the office of Workforce Forecasting & Analysis.
CDR Anderson reported to Navy Flight School in Pensacola, FL in April of 2000. Since then he has accumulated almost 3,500 total flight hours and piloted all CG models of the Dolphin, from the HH-65A to the MH-65D. CDR Anderson is originally from Sand Springs, OK, and together with his wife Lisa, they are the proud parents of four boys, Emmett, Wyatt, Travis, and Landon.