CAPTAIN STEVEN STASICK

CAPT Stasick is a native of Cleveland, Ohio and earned a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree from Cleveland State University in 1995. He was commissioned through Officer Candidate School in 1996. He also earned a Master’s of Science in Construction Management degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2003.
 

His first tour was to Public Works Center, Pensacola, where he served as an Activity Civil Engineer. In 1998, he reported to NMCB FORTY where he held many positions including Detail Lemoore Officer in Charge, Bravo Company Commander, and Assistant Operations Officer. In 2000, he reported to THIRTY FIRST Naval Construction Regiment as Operations Officer. He then reported to EFA Mediterranean as ROICC Bahrain. While there, he was responsible for construction in Bahrain and Kuwait that was in direct support of Operations Enduring/Iraqi Freedom, and was named the EFA Mediterranean Engineer of the Year. He then attended graduate school at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After receiving his degree, he reported to NAVFAC Headquarters where he served as Aide to the Commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command. He then reported to NMCB THREE as the Operations Officer, where he led Seabee deployment operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Pacific Command Area of Operation. In 2007, he reported to FIRST Naval Construction Division and served as the Current and Future Operations Officer as well as the Seabee Liaison Officer to United States Fleet Forces Command. He reported to Fleet Activities Yokosuka in July 2010 and served as Public Works Officer for the main base and its eight satellite locations. In June 2013, he assumed command of NMCB ELEVEN and led the Battalion on a deployment that spanned four continents and 29 countries and earned the 2014 Battle “E.” He next reported to Naval Construction Group TWO as the Chief Staff Officer and was responsible for the manning, training and equipping of ten subordinate Naval Construction Force units. He then reported to OPNAV in June 2016 and served as the Strategic Laydown and Dispersal Team Lead for the N4 where he identified the facilities requirements for new platforms and all homeport shifts over the next decade. In July 2018, he assumed Command of THIRTIETH Naval Construction Regiment and completed the Command’s homeport shift from Port Hueneme, California to Guam. He led operational level planning and exercised operational command and control over four assigned engineer units operating throughout the USINDOPACOM Area of Responsibility.


He assumed duties as Commanding Officer, Officer in Charge of Construction Marine Corps Marianas on August 21, 2020 and was responsible for leading construction efforts enabling the relocation of Marines from Okinawa, Japan to Guam.
 

He is a qualified Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist, a member of the Acquisition Professional Community, a certified Project Management Professional and a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Ohio. His personal decorations include the Legion of Merit (2nd), Meritorious Service Medal (4th), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (5th), Army Commendation Medal, and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (4th).

Last Updated: 7 July 2022

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