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Commander and Director

Captain Kevin J. Brown
Medical Corps, United States Navy
Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune

Captain Kevin J. Brown began his military career in 1993 upon entering the Medical University of Ohio where he attended medical school as a recipient of the United States Navy Health Professions Scholarship Program.  He graduated in 1997 and transferred to Naval Hospital Jacksonville where he completed a Family Medicine internship and residency.  Upon completion of residency in 2000, he was assigned to Robert E. Bush Naval Hospital at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms where he delivered full scope medical care to include inpatient and outpatient obstetric, pediatric, and adult medicine for three years.
In September 2003, he reported to the Naval Health Clinic Annapolis at the United States Naval Academy, practicing family medicine until being selected for the Aerospace Medicine residency in 2007. He reported for training at Naval Air Station Pensacola, serving as Flight Surgery Class Leader and Chief Resident for the combined Navy/Army Aerospace Medicine program. Upon graduation, Captain Brown reported to USS ENTERPRISE as the Senior Medical Officer and Carrier Strike Group TWELVE Surgeon. During his tenure onboard, he led the team to three consecutive Blue “M” and Blue “H” awards for quality healthcare and health promotion, in addition to completing two fleet training cycles with subsequent combat deployments in 2011 and 2012. Captain Brown reported to Naval Medical Center Portsmouth in August 2013 where his duties included membership on the Command Executive Board while serving as Director, Public Health Services for one year and Director, Primary Care and Branch Health Clinics for two years. He concurrently served as the interim Chief Operating Officer and Medical Director for the Tidewater Multiservice Market from 2014 to 2015. Captain Brown was assigned as Naval Air Forces Surgeon from 2016 to 2018, and completed his Executive Officer tour at Naval Hospital Jacksonville in 2020.  In support of the COVID-19 pandemic, he deployed to Texas, Louisiana, New York and Connecticut as Commanding Officer of Expeditionary Medical Facility-Mike in March 2020.  He assumed the duties of Fleet Surgeon, U.S. Fleet Forces Command in July 2020.
Captain Brown’s medical awards include: Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s Intern of the Year, 1998; Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s Resident of the Year, 2000; Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s OB/GYN Resident of the Year, 2000; Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s Resident Teacher Award, 2000. He is board certified in both Family Medicine and Preventive Medicine (Aerospace), and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice.  He holds a Master of Public Health from the Uniformed Services University and a Master of Business Administration from the Naval Postgraduate School.
Captain Brown’s individual military awards include: Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (3), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3). He is a designated Naval Flight Surgeon and Surface Warfare Medical Department Officer.


Executive Officer

Captain Andrew H. Lin
Medical Corps, United States Navy
Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune

A native of Irvine, California, Captain Andrew Lin received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of California, San Diego, graduating with Tau Beta Pi honors in 1996. He completed his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University in 2000 and his MBA from George Washington University. In 2001, he represented the All Navy and US Combined Services in rugby for the first of multiple years. That same year he graduated top of his flight surgery class and was assigned to the Naval Strike Air Warfare Center (Strike U, TOPGUN, TOPDOME, SWTI) in Fallon, NV.

Afterwards he completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) and was awarded the 2005-2008 “Resident Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award”. During his utilization tour at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, he deployed to Afghanistan with the Combined Security Transition Command. He was embedded with the Afghan Nation Army (ANA) helping to train and setup intensive care units (ICU) throughout Afghanistan’s ANA Regional Hospitals. Through his medical education, simulation, and hands on training, he was able to reduce mortality at the Kabul ANA National Military Hospital ICU from over 40% to 5%, while increasing the average census from 2 to over 10 ICU beds. CAPT Lin also served as the deployment Communications Security Officer and was responsible for over $12 million of tactical equipment.

From 2010 to 2013, he was assigned as cardiology fellow at NMCSD. In this capacity, he redesigned the Cardiology Simulation Program while also publishing a dozen peer reviewed publications and book chapters. This made him the most prolific cardiology research fellow in over a decade. From 2011-2013, he was voted “Fellow Teacher of the Year” and upon graduation he was assigned as staff cardiologist at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP).

While at NMCP from 2013-2016, he served as a staff cardiologist and Associate Director of Medical Services (ADMS). As the ADMS, he led 28 clinics, 238 providers, 858 personnel, and three residency programs while commanding a budget of over $2 million. During his first year there he was awarded the 2013-2014 “NMCP Attending of the Year Award”. He also served as the Director of Primary Care/Branch Clinics, leading the largest directorate in the Navy, which encompassed 10 branch clinics, over 1,600 personnel, and supported 427 Fleet commands.

In 2014, he was handpicked by Bureau of Medicine and Surgery to build Navy Medicine’s first asynchronous tele-consult system reaching eleven time zones supporting 4 Navy Fleets, 5 carriers, 9 amphibious ships, 39 ships/boats, 28 MTFs, and 428 operational providers. It continues to save over $1.2 million a year in avoided medevacs and recaptured care.

CAPT Lin served as the USS BATAAN (LHD 5) senior medical officer from 2016-2018. In August 2017 in support of Operation Decisive Storm in Yemen as the primary casualty receiving ship, he led a successful mass casualty resulting in the largest walking blood bank activation at sea since World War II. This has been credited with a pivotal role in establishing the Abraham Accords in October 2020, a peace treaty between the United States, United Arab Emirates, Israel, and Bahrain.

CAPT Lin was recently the III MEF Surgeon and the Navy’s Internal Medicine Specialty Leader to the Navy Surgeon General. CAPT Lin’s personal awards include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (four awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (two awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal, and multiple campaign and unit awards.


Command Master Chief

CMDCM Jason M. Roeder
United States Navy
Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune

Master Chief Roeder is a native of Denver, Colorado. He enlisted in the United States Navy in 1996. After completion of basic training he attended Hospital Corpsman “A” School, Field Medical Service School and subsequent Surgical Technician “C” School.
His operational assignments include 10th Marine Regiment;  6th Marine Regiment, 2d Battalion, 6th Marines; Battalion Landing Team 2/6; USS KEARSARGE (LHD-3); 2d Medical Battalion; Fleet Hospital Three, Nasairiyah, Iraq; and Charlie Surgical Shock Trauma Platoon, Habbaniyah, Iraq. 

Ashore, he served at Naval Hospital Beaufort, Naval Hospital, Keflavik Iceland; Naval Hospital Pensacola; Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, and as a High-Risk Instructor for the Center for Security Forces, Riverine Training Detachment. 

He has participated in numerous deployments, exercises and operations to include the initial invasion of Iraq in 2003; operations Iraqi Freedom; Enduring Freedom; Inherent Resolve, and disaster relief operations for Hurricane Ivan and Joint Task Force Katrina. 

Master Chief Roeder graduated from the Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat course in 2020 and his previous CMC tours include 2d Dental Battalion and USS CARNEY (DDG-64). He assumed the duties as NMRTC Camp Lejeune Command Master Chief in April 2023. 

Master Chief Roeder is also a graduate of the Senior Enlisted Academy (Class 207, Gray) and holds an Associates of Science degree from Southern New Hampshire University. 

His decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (four awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (three awards), and various unit and campaign awards. He is qualified as an Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist, Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist. Enlisted Fleet Marine Force Warfare Specialist, and Master Training Specialist.   

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