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Traveling Inspection Staff (CG-5P-TI)

Douglas Eggleston
Douglas.E.Eggleston@uscg.mil

(202) 372-1194

Doug Eggleston joined the staff as a civilian in June 2017. He transferred from MSD Massena, NY where he served as the civilian  Marine Inspector /Investigator since 2013.  Prior to that he was with Overseas Shipholding Group where he worked in Operational Integrity (2006 – 2011) auditing vessels for compliance with the Company’s Safety Management System and investigating accidents. In 2011 he moved to the SQE Department responsible for scheduling external ISM Audits for the U.S. Fleet and conducting annual internal ISM and Security audits of vessels.

 

Doug retired from the U.S. Coast Guard in July 2006 after 31 years of active duty service with over 19 years of Coast Guard experience, including:

 

  • 2004-2006: Head of Delegation, International Port Security Team
  • 2000-2004: Chief Inspection Department/Senior Investigating Officer MSO Buffalo
  • 1997-2000: Marine Inspector, Activities Europe
  • 1995-1997: Marine Inspector, MSO Providence
  • 1993-1995: Marine Inspector, MSO Buffalo
  • 1991-1993: Marine Inspector, MIO New York

 

Areas of emphasis include: PSC oversight (STCW/SOLAS/MARPOL/ISM); Deep-draft Machinery (steam, diesel), Hull and Drydock,  and ACP oversight.  Deep-draft Machinery (steam, diesel), Hull and Drydock; Legacy Vessel oversight & Training

Qualifications include:
Barge Inspector
Commercial Fishing Vessel Examiner
Drydock Inspector
Facility Inspector
Foreign Chemical Tank Vessel Examiner
Foreign Freight Vessel Examiner
Foreign Passenger Vessel Examiner
Foreign Tank Vessel Examiner
Hull Inspector
Hull Inspector (Tankship)
K-Boat Inspector
Life Raft Inspector
MODU Inspector
Machinery Inspector (Diesel)
Machinery Inspector (Steam)
Marine Casualty Investigator
Maritime Enforcement Investigator
OSV Inspector
T-Boat Inspector

Traveling Inspection Staff (CG-5P-TI)
CDR Daniel Mochen
(202) 372-1344
Daniel.p.mochen@uscg.mil

CDR Mochen reported to the staff in July 2020 with over 16 years of Coast Guard experience including:

  • 2014-2016: Chief of Inspections, MSU Savannah
  • 2011-2014: Marine Inspector Liquefied Gas Carrier National Center of Expertise (NCOE)
  • 2011: Merchant Marine Industry Training (MMIT) with LNG Industry
  • 2008-2011: Marine Inspector Sector Southeastern New England
  • 2004-2008: Marine Inspector MSO/MSU Chicago

CDR Mochen is a graduate of Massachusetts Maritime Academy and holds a Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering and a Merchant Mariner License as a third engineer of steam, motor or gas turbine of any horsepower.  Prior to joining the Coast Guard, he sailed commercially onboard three different vessels; tankship S.S. Fredericksburg, ATB Atlanta Bay and research vessel David Starr Jordan. In 2018, he completed a graduate program in Transportation Policy, Operations, and Logistics (TPOL) at George Mason University.

Areas of emphasis include: Class 1 Structural Failures, Vital System Automation, SMC/DOC/MMS audits, ACP/MSP oversight. 

Qualifications include:
Machinery Inspector, Diesel
Tank Barge Inspector
Foreign Gas Carrier Examiner
Foreign Chemical Tank Vessel Examiner
Foreign Tank Vessel Examiner
K- Boat Inspector
T- Boat Inspector
Foreign Freight Vessel Examiner
Port State Control Examiner
Marine Casualty Investigator
Facility Inspector

 

Traveling Inspection Staff (CG-5P-TI)
CDR Chris Brunclik
Christopher.D.Brunclik@uscg.mil
(202) 372-1404

CDR Brunclik joined the staff in July 2018 and has 25 years of Coast Guard experience. He returned to Prevention after serving in FORCECOM as a Training Manager for two years acting as the Program Administrator for Advanced Education and the Enlisted Rating Advancement Training System (ERATS) programs. Prior to being stationed in Headquarters, he served at Activities Europe, initially assigned as an Inspector, he fleeted up to Assistant Chief, Inspections Division, then to the Chief, Inspections Division overseeing US Flag activities throughout Africa, Middle East, and Europe. CDR Brunclik started his Prevention Career at MSO/MSU Chicago as a Marine Inspector and ended his tour as Sector Lake Michigan Senior Investigating Officer.

Areas of emphasis include SMC/DOC/MMS audits, ACP/MSP oversight, and training. 

CDR Brunclik is currently detailed, part-time, to the Marine Inspector Performance Support Architecture (MIPSA) project. MIPSA is two-year initiative to conduct a comprehensive review and overhaul of the Marine Inspections training and performance hierarchy.

Qualifications include:
Hull Inspector
Machinery Inspector (Diesel)
Offshore Supply Vessel
Barge Inspector
T-Boat Inspector
K-Boat Inspector
Life Raft Inspector
Foreign Freight Vessel Examiner
Marine Casualty Investigator
Enforcement Investigator
Suspension and Revocation