About  David Baucom 

A rear admiral in the U.S. Navy, David Baucom served as the director of strategy, policy, and logistics for the U.S. Transportation Command from 2013 to 2015. He held several key leadership positions within the Navy, including assignments as supply officer in USS Edward McDonnell and as stock control officer in USS Theodore Roosevelt. Baucom’s shore duty assignments included serving as a White House military aide to president and Mrs. Ronald Reagan and as a commanding officer for the Fleet and Industrial Supply Center in Norfolk, Virginia. Additionally, David F. Baucom spent three years employed with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

In addition to earning a bachelor of science from Auburn University, rear admiral David Baucom holds a master of science in military national resource strategy and policy and a master of science in acquisition and contract management. He belongs to professional organizations such as the Society of White House Military Aides and the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA). In his free time, David F. Baucom enjoys hiking, gardening, and traveling. An avid reader, Baucom counts historical texts such as "No Ordinary Time" by Doris Kearns Goodwin among his favorite titles.

Work History

Work History
Dec 1981 - Present

Rear Admiral

US Navy

Education

Education
Sep 1997 - Jun 1998

MS

Industrial College of the Armed Forces at the National Defenze University
Jan 1990 - Jun 1991

MS

The Naval Postgraduate School
Sep 1977 - Dec 1981

BS

Auburn University