Retired Vice Admiral Pimped by Penny Stock Pumpers
I'm continually amazed at the sleazy crap you get when you sign up for releases from the "investor relations group."
Today, I got "all facts, no hype" on this piece of garbage, and it was followed up by this. Wonder if the Vice Admiral has any idea of what kind of ethical wasteland he's launching into.
New York, October 9, 2007—The Investor Relations Group, Inc. (IRG), has appointed Vice Admiral J. Kevin Moran, United States Navy, Retired, as Chief Operating Officer. Vice Admiral Moran recently retired from the United States Navy after a very distinguished and successful thirty-two-year career.
Vice Admiral Moran’s last assignment before retiring was as the Commander of the Naval Education and Training Command, in Pensacola, Florida. In that capacity he commanded over 37,000 sailors and civilians with an annual operating budget of over $2.1 billion and was directly responsible to the Chief of Naval Operations for all of the Navy’s individual training and development programs for sailors. Additionally, his command was selected by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 150 best places to work in America; while stationed in Pensacola as the Commander, Vice Admiral Moran was awarded the Elliot Massie Foundation Pioneer Award for visionary training and education solutions.
Dian Griesel, Founder, President, and CEO of the Investor Relations Group commented, “We are honored Vice Admiral Moran has joined our firm. He brings a wealth of management and leadership skills to IRG that will help us continue to ensure the top level of service we provide our clients.”
Ms. Griesel continued, “Our goal at IRG is to be the best corporate communications firm in the small cap space and to provide our clients with the best possible product at an affordable cost. I am confident Vice Admiral Moran will help us to maintain those goals and maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of our overall operations.”
Vice Admiral Moran began his Naval career in flight training, where he was designated a Naval Aviator. He later served as a Commanding Officer on six separate occasions in positions of ever-increasing responsibility. Among other military operations, Vice Admiral Moran served in Operation Urgent Fury in Grenada; multi-national peacekeeping operations in Beirut, Lebanon; UN/U.S. peacekeeping operations in Mogadishu, Somalia; NATO Operation Deny Flight in the Adriatic; and numerous other real world operations. He also served in important staff positions including Aide de Camp to the Commander in Chief, Allied Forces Southern Europe/Commander in Chief, United States Naval Forces Europe, located in Naples, Italy.