No they didn't, you say? Yes they did.
“I’m not saying it looks similar to now, but there was great distrust to the process on both sides but there was a lot of chaos and stress,” Tom Tyrrell told the Chicago Sun-Times. What is similar, he continued: “It requires you to plow through the noise and get the planning done and get it done in detail and then be flexible enough to adapt as the plan unfolds.”
|Tyrrell moves from the military to Wall St.. Here he rings the opening bell at the NASDAQ stock exchange in New York City on May 27, 2005 (File:US Navy 050527-N-2114S-002 )|
"It was determining how to integrate the weapons systems and training routines to transform the military into what we have today."I'm not sure what, if anything Col. Tyrrell knows about Chicago. But he is about to learn some things. He previously worked as Chief Operating Officer for the Intrepid Sea*Air*Space Museum in New York City, "helping instill in young people some of the virtues" of the military.
His other "work" experience was as Chairman of the Board for Via Novus Capital. Perfect!
|Lt. Col (Ret.) Beitler|
“He was involved in a lot of covert operations. He’s really not comfortable talking about his military service because so much of it is classified,” said Tracey Mendrek, a spokeswoman for the trust.Yes, Perfect!
Lt. Col. Beitler, along with Col. Tyrrell are just the guys Rahm needs to run covert operations over at City Hall and CPS.