Delaware Submarine Association, Inc.

Ship Leadership

FTCS (SS/EXW) Travis L. Grammer

Chief of the Boat (COB) 2019 - present

Senior Chief Petty Officer, Travis L. Grammer is from Eudora, Kansas a 1996 graduate at Eudora High School. He reported to Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illionis, in July 1996 and began his career in Submarines. He attended Basic Enlisted Submarine School, FT"A," "C," "Ops" school, and became a Fire Control Technician in 1997.
He has served in a myriad of sea duty assignments, including USS BILLFISH (SSN 676), USS MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL (SSN 708), USS FRANK CABLE (AS 40), USS CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI (SSN 705), OSA to Balad, Iraq as the First Sergeant for CJSOAD-AP, and USS HAWAII (SSN 776).
His previous shore tours include service as the Sonar and Fire Control shop 67GS LPO at SIMA SSMD later known as SWRMC in San Diego, California, COMSUBRON ELEVEN as the Staff Fire Control Technician in San Diego, California, and most recently at COMSUBDEVRON FIVE as the staff Fire Control Technician in Bangor, Washington.
He completed five shipboard deployments to the Western Pacific and two Mediterranean shipboard Deployments in support of multiple operations. He also completed an ICEX and an Eastern Pacific operation.
Senior Chief Grammer is a graduate of the U.S. Navy Senior Enlisted Academy (Class 200/Blue) and COB/CMC (Class 207). He has been awarded the Joint Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal (four awards), and various other personal and unit awards.


He is married to Stefanie A. Grant of Bartlett, Illinois and has a son, Wyatt L. Grammer.