EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR EMERITUS: Col (ret) Jerry M. Bullock
served on active duty from May 1954 until July 1981.
For most of his
Air Force career he
was in the Air/Security Police career field.
He retired as the Deputy Commander of the Air Force Office of Security Police, the number two security and law enforcement position in the Air Force.
In the early years of intercontinental ballistic missiles Col Bullock served as a crew commander with the Atlas ICBM system.
After returning to the security career field he served as Chief of Security for all U.S. Forces in Turkey and Greece; Chief of Resources, HQ 7th Air Force, Republic of Vietnam; Chief of Law Enforcement at HQ USAF; Chief of Security for 15th Air Force (Strategic Air Command); and Chief of Security for Tactical Air Command.
After retirement he
practiced as a professional counselor, was Director of Human Resources at Tracor Aerospace, Inc.
in Austin, and with his
wife established the Creative Education Institute
in San Marcos.
Concurrently he helped to found the Air Force Security Police Association in which he continues to serve as Executive Director Emeritus.
decorations include LOM w/2OLC, BSM, MSO, and AFCM w/2OLC.