Uniformed Readiness Coordinator
 SSgt Haywood, Rander
Phone #:
 {760} 390-5158
rander.haywood@usmc.mil

 

STAFF SERGEANT RANDER T. HAYWOOD

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS

 

Staff Sergeant Haywood enlisted in the Marine Corps in December 2008 and attended recruit training aboard MCRD Parris Island. He was meritoriously promoted to Private First Class. Upon graduation, he completed Ground Communication Organizational Repairman School in Twentynine Palms, CA and was assigned the MOS of 2844.

 

From January 2010-April 2012, he was assigned to 3d Battalion 12th Marines.  During his assignment, he served as a Ground Communication Organizational Repairer, Platoon Sergeant, and Training NCO. He was then meritoriously promoted to Corporal. He also served as a squad leader, Communication Chief, and Communication Security Liaison while deployed on the JSOTF-P mission. For his contribution, he was awarded the Joint Service Achievement Medal and the Joint Meritorious Unit Award.

 

From April 2012-September 2015, Corporal Haywood was assigned to Assault Amphibian Schools Battalion, MCB Camp Pendleton.  He served as the Communication Maintenance Chief for a team of 6 amphibious assault vehicles, and at times, multiple teams simultaneously.  He was promoted to Sergeant and then completed the Martial Arts Instructor course and attained the MOS of 0916.

 

In September 2015, Sergeant Haywood reported to H&S Co, 7th Communication Battalion, MCB Camp Butler.  He served as Platoon Sergeant, Radio Maintenance Chief, and Company Communication Security Custodian. He also served as Sergeant of the Guard for Camp Hansen as well as Assistant Guard Chief. He was promoted to Staff Sergeant on November 1, 2016. For one year, he was attached to III MEF G-4 where he served as the Logistics Support Coordination Office Lead Instructor and a Maintenance Instructor. He was part of the testing of Global Combat Support System Marine Corps R12 before its release to the fleet. He attained the Marine Combat Marksmanship Coach MOS of 0933. After returning to the communication battalion, he served as the Satellite Communication Maintenance Chief.

 

In May of 2019, Staff Sergeant Haywood reported to Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School. He graduated from the Advanced Electronics Course and the Advanced Electronics Maintenance Technician course to obtain the MOS of 2862.

 

In April 2020, Staff Sergeant Haywood reported to H&S Co, 2nd Battalion 1st Marines, MCB Camp Pendleton for his current assignment as Communication Maintenance Chief.  

 

His personal awards include: Joint Service Achievement Medal.

 

 

 

 

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