Master Chief Albert Storer is a native of Buckfield, Maine. He enlisted in the Navy in July 1991 and completed recruit training in San Diego, Calif. Following recruit training he completed Aviation Support Equipment Technician “A” school in February 1992.
His duty assignments include back to back Intermediate repair facilities tours at Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD) Naval Air Station South Weymouth Mass., and AIMD NAS Moffett Field, Calif. Storer then took orders to his first operational squadron Patrol Squadron 92 (VP-92) in Brunswick, Maine where he deployed on multiple drug interdiction missions and meritoriously advance to AS1. His next tour was at Naval Air Reserve Point Mugu, Calif., where he served as an instructor and earned his Master Training Specialist pin. In 2005, Storer took orders to AIMD NAS Willow Grove, PA where he was advanced to Chief Petty Officer in 2007. In 2008, he would serve at Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 59 (VR-59) Fort Worth, Texas as the Maintenance Chief and deployed to Atsugi, Japan; Sigonella, Sicily; and Bahrain on multiple deployments. Storer then transferred to Fleet Readiness Center Fort Worth where he led the Navy / Marine Corp joint command as the Production Senior Chief leading to his promotion to ASCM. In August 2015, he was assigned to Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 60 (HSM-60) as the Maintenance Master Chief and then served as the Command Master Chief. In April 2018, he reported to his current position as the Command Master Chief of NAS JRB Fort Worth.
Storer’s decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Marine Corps Commendation Medal (three awards), and Navy Marine Corps Meritorious Medal (six awards). He holds various unit commendations and Battle Efficiency awards. He is a graduate of the Senior Enlisted Academy class 200 and the CMC/COB Schools.