LCDR Randal E. Fuller
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Guam
LCDR Fuller is a native Oklahoman. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2000 with a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and was commissioned through the NROTC program.
After LCDR Fuller was redesignated to the IP community, he was assigned to his first tour at Naval Personnel Command performance selection board support. He later served as the Assistant Officer in Charge of NCTAMS PAC detachment Diego Garcia.
His first operational tour was in N6 at Amphibious Squadron Eleven, Sasebo, Japan where he deployed in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, Enduring Freedom - Phillipines, Tsunami relief in Sumatra and numerous other regional stability exercises.
Following a successful tour in Japan, LCDR Fuller reported to the Naval Postgraduate School where he earned a Masters of Science in Information Warfare, a second Masters of Science in Systems Engineering and completed his JPME phase one. LCDR Fuller was the lead on a nine month project crewed by 43 students from four countries to analyze Maritime Interdiction Operations.
Immediately following NPS, LCDR Fuller reported to the Multi-National Forces Iraq, Joint Network Communications Center to serve as the Circuits and Transmissions Officer in Charge as part of a GSA assignment.
Upon completion of this assignment, LCDR Fuller executed his O-4 milestone tour as the Electronic Materials Officer onboard the USS WASP. On the USS Wasp he oversaw the first installation of the first large deck variant of the Navy Multiband Terminal (AN/WSC-9a v3) and the successful integration of the first ever F-35B in to LHD operations.
LCDR Fuller has earned the Advanced Information Professional and Information Dominance Warfare Officer qualifications. His awards include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal and the Navy Achievement Medal as well as various unit and campaign decorations.