MSgt Michael J. Kelly – Retired USA.  Dates of service from March 1980 to November 2002. Unit: 193rd Special Operations Wing. Retired web developer, business owner, business and political consultant. Webmaster, author of hundreds of articles, and spokesman for the Grassroots Vets For Trump Organization. Did multiple international interviews both live and recorded such as BBC, Channel 4 United Kingdom, Sky News Australia, Turkish Radio and Television Network, and various Asian media outlets.

College courses in psychology & Biblical studies to include, Understanding Human Behavior, Abnormal Psychology, Consciousness and Relaxation, Comparative World Religions, Hermeneutics, Philosophy, Logic, and Apologetics. Multiple courses in business management through the USAF.

Volunteered with the 193rd Special Operations Wing Association, was a Chamber of Commerce Ambassador in the Outer Banks of North Carolina where he also provided technical support for SCORE – Service Corps of Retired Executives.

He says it was an honor and privilege to work with some of the finest military people from all branches of service as well as foreign militaries. As he approached retirement he thought to give back through a series of websites using the domain names WeWhoServed.com, .org, .net, and .us.

You get a lot of advice in the military. One is “Never volunteer for anything.” He never got the memo.

Longer Bio

MSgt Michael J. Kelly – Retired USAF.  Dates of service from March 1980 to November 2002. Retired business and political consultant for PA Governor in Republican Primary Paul Mango. Consulted for Dan Mueser for Congress who now sits on the Congressional Veterans Affairs Committee, web developer, and web security consultant. Briefly owned a mortgage company before the economic collapse of 2008. Webmaster, author, spokesman National Grassroots Vets For Trump. Wrote many hundreds of articles supporting and defending the policies of the candidate and President Trump. Did multiple international interviews both live and recorded such as BBC, Channel 4 United Kingdom, Sky News Australia, Turkish Radio and Television Network, and various Asian media outlets.

Military background: AGR – Active Duty Assigned to the 193rd Special Operations Wing, one of the most deployed military units in the world. Unit mission: Psychological Operations, Other, Classified. Career field – Aircrew Life Support. Duties: Inspector, Instructor, Supervisor in Survival equipment, and Continuation Instructor for SERE – Search Evasion Recovery and Escape techniques in multiple combat environments to include Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare.

Military achievements not listed above: Saved U.S. military hundreds of millions through the suggestion program. Co-produced the ALSMS computer program by converting from DOS to a newer Windows-based system. The program was adopted by all branches of service plus NASA. Became the lead instructor for all branches of service on the program. Wrote the first Air Force Manual in HTML. Authored the position description for the Aircrew Life Support career field. Numerous awards & deployments in wartime and peace time.

Other: Laison between the FBI and Dr. Robert Morey, author of The Islamic Invasion. Provided bodyguard services for Dr. Morey. Provided sermons in place of Dr. Morey when he traveled. No degree but college courses in psychology & Biblical studies to include, Understanding Human Behavior, Abnormal Psychology, Consciousness and Relaxation, Comparative World Religions, Hermeneutics, Philosophy, Logic, and Apologetics. Multiple courses in business through the USAF. Volunteered with the 193rd Special Operations Wing Association, was a Chamber of Commerce Ambassador in the Outer Banks of North Carolina where he also provided technical support for SCORE – Service Corps of Retired Executives.

It was an honor and privilege to work with some of the finest military people from all branches of service as well as foreign militaries. As he approached retirement he thought to give back through a series of websites using the domain names WeWhoServed.com, .org, .net, and .us.

You get a lot of advice in the military. One is “Never volunteer for anything.” He never got the memo.

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