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Commanding Officer, Captain Lisa Mulligan, Medical Corps, United States Navy

Capt. Mulligan is a native of Lawrenceville, N.J. She attended Harvard College where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Biology in 1989. From there, she attended the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences where she earned her medical degree. After completing her surgical internship at the National Naval Medical Center (NNMC), she spent a year as a general medical officer with 3rd Force Service Support Group (FSSG) in Okinawa, Japan.

Upon her return she entered the Neurosurgical residency at NNMC and subsequently completed a fellowship in Epilepsy Surgery from Yale University in 2000. Mulligan served in various capacities at NNMC between 2000 and 2013 to include serving as a staff surgeon and the director of Functional and Epilepsy Surgery as a member of the teaching faculty for the combined National Capital Consortium Neurosurgery residency. Mulligan deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in the spring of 2003 aboard USNS Comfort (T-AH 20), then returned to resume her previous duties.


Executive Officer, CAPT Melissa C. Austin, Medical Corps, United States Navy


Captain Melissa C. Austin received her initial commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit at Vanderbilt University in 1996. She was designated a Surface Warfare Officer in 1998.

CAPT Austin completed her first sea tour aboard USS Sacramento (AOE 1) as the Assistant First Lieutenant and Main Propulsion Officer and deployed in support of Operation Southern Watch. She then served as the commissioning Training Department Officer aboard USS O’Kane (DDG 77). She completed a shore tour as a Tri-Command Protocol Officer at HQ NORAD, United States Space Command, and Air Force Space Command, before transitioning to the Selected Reserves and serving as the Training Officer for Commander, Naval Forces Europe Joint Task Force Contingency Unit 118 in anticipation of starting medical school. During this time, she earned a Master’s of Basic Science in Biology (Bioinformatics) from the University of Colorado.


Command Master Chief, Michele Sullivan, United States Navy

Command Master Chief Michele L. Sullivan is originally from N.J. and was raised in Fla. She is a Titusville High School graduate. She enlisted in the Navy in September 1998 and attended recruit training in Great Lakes, Ill. She attended Operations Specialist "A" School in Dam Neck, Va. In February 1999.

Her first Sea tour was on board USS Spruance (DD 963), home ported out of Jacksonville, Fla., where she completed a Mediterranean deployment and a Standing Naval Force Mediterranean (SNFM) deployment in support of NATO Operations.

In August of 2003, after completing her sea tour, Sullivan transferred to NAS Whiting Field, Pensacola, Fla. where she worked as a Security Patrolman for the base Security Department. While attached to NAS Whiting Field, she was selected for an IA to Guantanamo Bay Cuba, where she conducted detainee operations in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM.


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