Air Station Miami - Command Master Chief


Master Chief Petty Officer Robert Dryburgh 

Command Master Chief, Air Station Miami

Master Chief Petty Officer Robert Dryburgh assumed duties as the U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Miami Command Master Chief on June of 2017. His primary duty consists of assisting the commanding officer in all matters pertaining to the welfare, health, job satisfaction, morale utilization and training of enlisted personnel in order to promote traditional standards of good order and discipline. His past senior enlisted assignment included: leading chief petty officer (LCPO) at Coast Guard Air Station Miami. 


Dryburgh is a native of Florida and enlisted in the Coast Guard in 1996.  Upon graduation from recruit training reported to Integrated Support Command Kodiak in Kodiak, Alaska as a seaman apprentice. In 1997, he received orders to attend Aviation Machinist Mate "A" School to attain his Coast Guard enlisted rating specialty.  His earlier assignments included: Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater, Florida from 2013 to 2016, Coast Guard Air Station Sacramento, California from 2009 to 2013, Coast Guard Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas from 2007 to 2009, Coast Guard Air Station Miami from 1998 to 2007, Aviation Machinist Mate "A" School in 1997 and ISC Kodiak from 1996 from 1997. 


Dryburgh’s personal decorations include one Coast Guard Commendation Medal, two Coast Guard Achievement Medals, six Coast Guard Good Conduct Medals, one National Defense Service Medal, one Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and several other service accolades.  He is also a graduate of the Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Academy in 2010 and Senior Enlisted Leadership Course in 2015.