Fort Riley Deputy to the Garrison Commander Mr. David Fullmer
David Fullmer serves as the Deputy Garrison Commander at Fort Riley, Kansas. In this position he is the Garrison Commander’s primary advisor on base operations support and installation service delivery.
Mr. Fullmer is a graduate of Central Michigan University with a Masters of Science in Information Resource Management, a Certified Public Manager®, and an installation management professional with more than 25 years of base operations experience. He started his base operations support career with the U.S. Army Military Police (MP) with the 218th MP Company (MP Co) at Augsburg, Germany.
He subsequently served with the 194th MP Co at Fort Campbell, Kentucky where he deployed to the Republic of Panama, the MP Detachment at Camp Zama, Japan, the Provost Marshal’s Activity at Yokohama North Dock, Japan, and the Law Enforcement Activity at Fort McPherson, Georgia.
Upon his retirement from the Army, Mr. Fullmer was hired as a Project Manager for Alutiiq Security & Technology, LLC to lead the Army Contract Guard Contract at Fort McPherson, Georgia.
Mr. Fullmer continued his base operations support experience with Installation Management Command (IMCOM) as the Deputy Director for Plans, Training, Mobilization, and Security (DPTMS) at Torii Station, Okinawa, Japan. He moved to Naval Air Station Patuxent River where he performed as the Physical Security Officer and Antiterrorism Officer providing security to the installation with Navy Installation Command. Upon returning to IMCOM where he became the Director of Emergency Services (DES) at Fort Hunter Liggett, California. He later served as the Force Protection Officer for U.S. Army Africa at Vicenza, Italy. He returned again to IMCOM at Fort Hunter Liggett as the Chief of Plans, Analysis & Integration (PAIO). While at Fort Hunter Liggett he also performed as the Interim Garrison Director or Human Resources, Director of Emergency Services, and Interim Deputy to the Garrison Commander at Camp Parks Reserve Forces Training Area.
Mr. Fullmer’s civilian awards includes three Commander’s Awards for Civilian Service and numerous performance and on-the-spot awards. His military awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, the Army Commendation Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, the Army Achievement Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, the Air Assault Badge, and the German Efficiency Badge.