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LCDR Bullock was born in South Bend, Indiana. He graduated from the University of Illinois with a Bachelor of Arts in History. LCDR Bullock was commissioned through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps in December of 2000.
Lieutenant Commander Bullock reported to NAS Pensacola to start his career as a Naval Aviator and earned his wings June 2002. Upon the completion of his flight training he was transferred to Naval Station Mayport to fly the SH-60B Sea Hawk helicopter. While a member of the HSL-42 Proud Warriors, LCDR Bullock deployed twice in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM and served as the Detachment Training officer and Detachment Operations officer.
Following his tour at HSL-42, LCDR Bullock transferred to the United States Navy Ceremonial Guard in Washington, D.C. arriving in October 2006. While at the Guard, LCDR Bullock represented the Navy in multitude of ceremonies to include the 56th Presidential Inauguration for President Barack Obama and the solemn time-honored duty of laying to rest Navy personnel buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
In January 2010, he reported to Operation Integration Group (OIG) in Washington D.C. While stationed at OIG, LCDR Bullock provided operational support and planning to the Secretary of the Navy, the Chief of Naval Operations, and other senior level military and civilian leaders. LCDR Bullock deployed five times supporting multiple sensitive OCONUS operations during this tour.
In August 2013 LCDR Bullock transferred to Personnel Resources Development Office (PRDO) in Washington D.C. PRDO is a special duty assignment that conducts operational, tactical, technical, logistical, and admin support in coordination with Navy, DoD, and other government agencies. Upon his arrival at PRDO, LCDR Bullock assumed OIC responsibilities, and lead over 30 highly specialized Intel and NSW sailors that deployed worldwide.
Lieutenant Commander Bullock’s personal decorations include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (two awards) and Navy Achievement Medal (three awards) and various campaign, unit, and service awards.
Last Updated: 14 March 2022