CAPT Patrick M Lineberry
Captain Pat Lineberry assumed the duties as Commanding Officer of the Coast Guard’s sole Aviation Logistics Center (ALC) on June 2, 2023. Providing aviation units with depot level maintenance, engineering, supply and information services to support Coast Guard missions, ALC “keeps ’em flying” while maintaining AS 9110, ISO 45001, ISO 14001, and ISO 9001 certifications..
Prior to this assignment, Captain Lineberry stood up the Coast Guard’s Combat System Management Division (CG-453) and served as the Deputy, Office of Aeronautical Engineering (CG-41). His passion is bringing people together toward a common goal through better information.
A native of Glen Allen, Virginia, Captain Lineberry graduated from the Coast Guard Academy in 2000. After an assignment as a deck watch officer aboard Coast Guard Cutter GALLATIN (WHEC-721), he was selected for Naval Flight Training and earned his wings in 2003.
Captain Lineberry served at three Coast Guard Air Stations from Alaska to Florida, accumulating 3,000 hours of helicopter flight time and was designated as an Aeronautical Engineer in 2008. His operational experience spans from Arctic search and rescue to Eastern Pacific airborne use of force against non-compliant vessels. He earned a Master of Science degree in Engineering and Technology Management from Colorado School of Mines before serving in multiple product lifecycle roles at the Aviation Logistics Center where he implemented a Theory of Constraints (TOC) based workflow management system.
His personal awards include two Meritorious Service Medals, four Coast Guard Commendation Medals, three Coast Guard Achievement Medals, and the Arctic Service Medal.
He is married to his best friend’s sister, the former Deborah J. Lysaght, and together they have four children: Jett, Trey, Quin, and Pepper