Special Agent Harrison Dean Pulliam

Special Agent Harrison Dean Pulliam

United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations, U.S. Government

End of Watch Sunday, March 2, 1997

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Harrison Dean Pulliam

Special Agent Harrison Pulliam was killed in an automobile accident while stationed at Ahmed Al Jaber Air Base, Kuwait. His vehicle struck the back end of a water truck which was making an illegal left turn. A second vehicle struck Special Agent Pulliam's vehicle before it came to rest.

Special Agent Pulliam is survived by two children.

Bio

  • Age 40
  • Tour 14 years
  • Badge Not available
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Automobile crash
  • Location Overseas

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Mrs. Sheila Pulliam, Miss Kaitlyn Pulliam & family,

As the senior civilian supervisor in the Spokane Police Dept.- County Sheriff Records Section,
I had the blessing and privilege of occasionally providing services to your husband ~ father,
and sometimes asking his help when military connections intersected with civilian law
enforcement. I always received excellent service from all the military branches whenever
I called upon them for help. Your husband ~ father was outstanding even among these
superb people. He went above and beyond whenever he responded to my requests for
assistance with his characteristic quiet humility. So much so, that after my last interaction with him,
I wrote a letter of thanks and commendation, with the Police Chief’s signature, to his Air Force
superiors at Fairchild and OSI headquarters.

I didn’t learn of his passing until a few years later and, as all of us, was deeply saddened
to learn of it. Through these many years I’ve not forgotten Dean and when appropriate
have told others of him and his service and sacrifices for our country. I was telling a retired
Spokane Sheriff Deputy Sergeant about Dean this morning and afterwards looked Dean up
on the Internet and found this site that provides the opportunity to tell you about my experiences
with him and, as you know, what a good man he was.

My faith is Dean continues loving you, watching over you and, with God, doing all he can to
help you with all the graces you need to be healthy and happy until you meet again in Heaven.

Len Ward
Police Records Shift Supervisor-retired, Spokane Police Dept.

April 26, 2021

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