Dell joined CAVU International shortly after retiring form the Navy at the rank of Rear Admiral.  He is a 1988 graduate of the University of Idaho where he earned his BS in Computer Science while on a full ride football scholarship.  While flying 4,000 hours in a strike/fighter aircraft and over 1,000 carrier landings he was decorated numerous times for personal valor in combat.  Shortly after serving for Senator John S. McCain as a Defense Fellow and then on the joint Staff in the Anti-Terrorism division, he was selected to command the Navy’s newest and most technologically advanced Strike Fighter Squadron.  His next assignment was as commanding officer of the largest fighter squadron in the world consisting of 3,000 men and women and 113 F/A-18 Hornets.  He then served two years as an Air Wing commander, consisting of 8 combat squadrons, onboard a nuclear aircraft carrier.  As a Rear Admiral, Bull was assigned to be the Chief of Naval Air Training, consisting of 7,000 men and women and over 700 aircraft including the Navy’s premier flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels.  He retired as the Vice Director of operations and Intelligence Director of an organization under the Defense Threat Reduction Agency responsible for defeating terrorism.