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USS PREBLE QDDG 465 is the fifth honor of Commodore Edward Preble. 'She
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PRIEBLE deployed to the Western through September I96l, the first DLG In
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Peter W. Bulkeley
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Commander Bulkeley hails from a Naval fam-
ily and grew up in various Navy communities on
both coasts of the United States. He entered the
U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, in
June I964..Commissioned an Ensign, U.S. Navy
in l968, his first tour of duty was on board USS
AGERHOLM QDD-8265 where he served as Gun-
nery Officer and'ASW Officer. After completing
the Department Head Course, U.S. Naval Destroy-
er School, Newport, Rhode Island, in March IQ74,
he then served as Engineer Officer, USS JOHN S.
MCCAIN CDDG-365 homeported in San Diego,
California. ln .luly l976 he reported to NATO
Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium, as a member of
the U.S. Military Committee to NATO. He then
served as Operations Officer at the Naval Com-
munications Station, Rota, Spain until June l979.
ln .lanuary 'l98O, he was assigned as Assistant
Chief of Staff CCommunicationsj to Commander
Cruiser Destroyer Group ONE. Commander Bulke-
ley reported to Fleet Training Center. Norfolk, Vir-
ginia in April I982 as Prospective Executive Offi-
cer, USS TICONDEROGA CCG-475 and served as
Commissioning Executive Officer, USS TICON-
DEROGA QCG-471 until May l984. Commander
Bulkeley's most recent assignment was in the Of-
fice ofthe Secretary of the Navy QProgram Apprais-
Commander Bulkeley holds a Bachelor of Sci-
ence Degree and a Master of Science Degree in
Management. He is also a graduate of the Royal
Naval Staff College, Greenwich, England. HiS
awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, the
.loint Service Commendation Medal, and the Navy
Achievement Medal. He also wears the Armed
Forces and Navy Expeditionary Campaign Medals,
National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Cam-
paign Medal with three stars, the Navy Expert Pis-
tol Medal and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign
A He is married to the former Carol Anne Sim-
mons of Patterson, New Jersey. The couple reside
in Virginia Beach, Virginia with their daughiel'
Lauren Leigh and son, Christopher Tare.
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