Base Miami Beach
CAPT Harry Mautte
CAPT Mautte is currently the Commanding Officer of Coast Guard Base Miami Beach, Florida, responsible for mission support activities required by the Coast Guard Seventh District and its subordinate commands. Base Miami Beach serves as the host command for Sector Miami and provides port services for all transient Coast Guard and visiting vessels. Base Miami Beach and its many geographically distributed sub-units provide vital depot-level Naval Engineering and Electronics Engineering maintenance, and provides logistical, administrative, financial, procurement, and health care services to Coast Guard units throughout South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Puerto Rico.
Prior to his current assignment, CAPT Mautte served as the Seventh District Director of Auxiliary. In that capacity, he provided program oversight, guidance and support to the highly active Seventh District Auxiliary, numbering over 4500 strong. The Auxiliary provides critical support and augments the active duty workforce across a wide spectrum of Coast Guard missions.
CAPT Mautte also served as the Deputy Resource Management Division Chief, Seventh District, Miami, Florida, where he supervised the Budget, C4IT/Security, Administrative and Planning branches.
Previous assignments include Shore Facilities Manager at Atlantic Area in Portsmouth, VA, Construction Management Branch Chief at Civil Engineering Unit Miami, FL, Assistant Facilities Engineer at Support Center, Elizabeth City, NC, Civil Engineering Coordinator at Civil Engineering Unit Miami, FL, Assistant Planning Officer at the Seventh District, and Engineer Officer in training onboard CGC GALLATIN, Governor’s Island, NY.
CAPT Mautte is a 1995 graduate of the U. S. Coast Guard Academy where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. In 2011 he earned a Master of Business degree in Finance from Strayer University. He is a certified Project Management Professional, Certified Energy Manager and a DHS Acquisition Level II Program Manager.
CAPT Mautte’s personal awards include the Coast Guard Meritorious Service Medal, four Coast Guard Commendation Medals, three Coast Guard Achievement Medals, the Commandant’s Letter of Commendation, and various other service and unit awards. He was also the recipient of the 2005 Society of Military Engineers Oren Medal.
CDR Joseph Graham
Command Master Chief
OSCM Adowa Hendricks