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Plea from Mer People

We ask you to write letters... they are testing
sonar frequencies harmful to us.

Dr. Kathryn May's

January 22 2014

Mer Person: 
We also ask you to write letters to the Department of Defense;  they created sonar frequencies that are very harmful to us in the seas.  They are testing this and it’s very harmful to us.  You have seen the beaching of whales, dolphins and mermaids;  this disrupts their communications.  It causes them to be disoriented and beach themselves.  So we ask that you would help, to stop this.

Kathryn:  we have hundreds on this call and thousands hearing it.  We will ask everyone to write to the Department of Defense, every single person who hears this call.

Let us flood their mailboxes with our personal letters!

Chief of Information
Attn: US Navy
Commander Navy Personnel Command
1200 Navy Pentagon
Washington DC 20350-1200

U.S. Dept. of Defense
Attn: Christine H. Fox
Acting Deputy - Secretary of Defense
1400 Defense Pentagon
Washington, DC 20301-1400

U.S. Dept. of Defense
Attn: Admiral James A. Winnefeld Jr.
1400 Defense Pentagon
Washington, DC 20301-1400

U.S. Dept. of Defense
Attn: General Martin E. Dempsey
1400 Defense Pentagon
Washington, DC 20301-1400

See below (biographies)

Christine H. Fox

Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense
9-11 Memorial

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Christine H. Fox was appointed by President Obama as Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense on December 5, 2013. With her appointment, Ms. Fox becomes the highest-ranking female official in history to serve in the Department of Defense.

Ms. Fox most recently served as a Senior Advisor to the National Security Analysis Department at The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) from August 2013 through November 2013.
Prior to joining APL, Ms. Fox served as the Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. She was appointed to that position in November 2009. A Presidential appointee confirmed by the United States Senate, Ms. Fox served as the principal staff assistant to the Secretary of Defense for analyzing and evaluating plans, programs, and budgets in relation to U.S. defense objectives and resource constraints.

Ms. Fox possesses three decades of experience as an analyst and research manager focusing on defense issues, with a special emphasis on operations. She formerly served as the President of the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA), a Federally Funded Research and Development Center, and as the scientific analyst to the Chief of Naval Operations. Prior to her appointment as President of CNA, Ms. Fox was the Vice President and Director of CNA’s Operations Evaluation Group, responsible for approximately 85 field representatives focused on helping operational commanders execute their missions. She oversaw CNA’s analysis of real-world operations, including the operations in Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s, operations in Afghanistan immediately following the September 11th attacks, and the operation in Iraq in early 2003.

Ms. Fox served as a member of NASA’s Return to Flight Task Group, chartered by the NASA Administrator to certify the recommendations made by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board. She was also a member of the Advisory Board of the Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington from 2007 until 2009.

Ms. Fox holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics, George Mason University, and a B.S. in Mathematics, George Mason University.

Admiral James A. Winnefeld Jr.
Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

Admiral  James A. Winnefeld Jr.Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Admiral James A. Winnefeld Jr.
Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

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Admiral James A. Winnefeld, Jr., serves as the ninth Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In this capacity, he is a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Nation’s second highest-ranking military officer.

Admiral Winnefeld graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology and received his commission from the Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps program. He subsequently served with three fighter squadrons flying the F-14 Tomcat and as an instructor at the Navy Fighter Weapons School.

Admiral Winnefeld’s unit commands at sea include Fighter Squadron 211, USS Cleveland (LPD 7), and USS Enterprise (CVN 65). He led “Big E” through her 18th deployment, which included combat operations in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom immediately after the terrorist acts of Sept. 11, 2001. As Commander, Carrier Strike Group TWO/Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group, he led Task Forces 50, 152, and 58 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and maritime interception operations in the Arabian Gulf. He also served as Commander, United States SIXTH Fleet, Commander NATO Allied Joint Command Lisbon, and Commander Striking and Support Forces NATO.
His shore tours include service in the Joint Staff Operations Directorate (J-3), as Senior Aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and as Executive Assistant to the Vice Chief of Naval Operations. As a flag officer he served ashore as director, Warfare Programs and Transformational Concepts, United States Fleet Forces Command, as Director of Joint Innovation and Experimentation at United States Joint Forces Command, and as the Director for Strategic Plans and Policy (J-5) on the Joint Staff. He most recently served as the Commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and U.S. Northern Command (USNORTHCOM).

Admiral Winnefeld’s awards include the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit,the Bronze Star, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious ServiceMedal, the Air Medal, and five Battle Efficiency awards.


General Martin E. Dempsey
Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

General  Martin E.  Dempsey Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
General Martin E. Dempsey
Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

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General Martin E. Dempsey serves as the 18th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In this capacity, he serves as the principal military adviser to the President, the Secretary of Defense and the National Security Council. By law, he is the nation’s highest-ranking military officer. Prior to becoming Chairman, the general served as the Army’s 37th Chief of Staff.

Past assignments have taken him and his family across the globe during both peace and war from Platoon Leader to Combatant Commander. He is a 1974 graduate of the United States Military Academy and a career armor officer.

As a company grade officer, he served with the 2nd Cavalry in United States Army Europe and with the 10th Cavalry at Fort Carson. Following troop command he earned his Masters of Arts in English from Duke University and was assigned to the English Department at West Point. In 1991, GEN Dempsey deployed with the Third Armored Division in support of OPERATION DESERT STORM. Following DESERT STORM, he commanded 4th Battalion 67th Armor (Bandits) in Germany for two years and then departed to become Armor Branch Chief in US Army Personnel Command. From 1996-1998 he served as the 67th Colonel of the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment. Following this assignment as the Army’s “senior scout” he served on the Joint Staff as an Assistant Deputy Director in J-5 and as Special Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. From September 2001 to June 2003, General Dempsey served in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia training and advising the Saudi Arabian National Guard. In June of 2003, General Dempsey took command of the 1st Armored Division in Baghdad, Iraq. After 14 months in Iraq, General Dempsey redeployed the division to Germany and completed his command tour in July of 2005.

He then returned to Iraq for two years in August of 2005 to train and equip the Iraqi Security Forces as Commanding General of MNSTC-I. From August 2007 through October 2008, GEN Dempsey served as the Deputy Commander and then Acting Commander of U.S. Central Command. Before becoming Chief of Staff of the Army, he commanded US Army Training and Doctrine Command from December 2008-March 2011.

General Dempsey’s awards and decorations include the Defense Distinguished Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Distinguished Service Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit with two Oak Leaf Clusters, the Bronze Star with “V” Device and Oak Leaf Cluster, the Combat Action Badge, and the Parachutist Badge.
In addition to his Masters’ Degree in English, he holds Masters’ Degrees in Military Art and in National Security Studies.

General Dempsey and his high school sweetheart Deanie have three children: Chris, Megan, and Caitlin. Each has served in the United States Army. Chris remains on active duty. They have eight wonderful grandchildren: Kayla, Mackenna and Finley by Chris and daughter-in-law Julie, Luke and Braden by Caitlin and son-in-law Shane, and Alexander, Hunter and Samuel by Megan and son-in-law Kory.

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