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Retired Admiral Mike Mullen To Serve As Sprint Security Director


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Sprint has founded United States Navy Retired Admiral Mike Mullen to serve as Security Director for the company following the SoftBank Transaction.

 

Source: http://newsroom.sprint.com/news-releases/retired-admiral-mike-mullen-to-join-sprints-board-of-directors-and-serve-as-security-director-for-the-company-following-softbank-transaction.htm

 

Admiral Mullen, age 66, served previously as the country’s 17th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from October 2007 to September 2011. As Chairman, Mullen was the highest-ranking officer in the U.S. Armed Forces and served as the principal military advisor to the President of the United States. Prior to that Admiral Mullen was the U.S. Navy’s 28th Chief of Naval Operations beginning in July 2005. He is only the third naval officer in the history of the Navy to be appointed to four different four-star assignments; the others being the Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Commander, Allied Joint Force Command Naples, from October 2004 to May 2005, and as the 32nd Vice Chief of Naval Operations from August 2003 to August 2004. He retired from the Navy after more than 43 years of service.

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Sprint has founded United States Navy Retired Admiral Mike Mullen to serve as Security Director for the company following the SoftBank Transaction.

 

Source: http://newsroom.sprint.com/news-releases/retired-admiral-mike-mullen-to-join-sprints-board-of-directors-and-serve-as-security-director-for-the-company-following-softbank-transaction.htm

 

Thus, Sprint will have a Director with the knowledge and courage to BOMB DISH NETWORK INTO OBLIVION!  Oh, wait, I forgot, the NSA is intercepting all my posts .  .  . Just kidding, folks! I'm not a terrorist!  Really, I'm not a terrori

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Wonder if he still gets the job if the Softbank deal falls apart?  Seems kind of weird they would put a title out like that days before the Softbank vote.  Hopefully there is some forward reading in that story title...

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Wonder if he still gets the job if the Softbank deal falls apart? Seems kind of weird they would put a title out like that days before the Softbank vote. Hopefully there is some forward reading in that story title...

 

I'm sure most of Sprint management isn't worried about the future if the softbank deal falls apart. They will likely exit stage left and not worry about this title.

 

Sent from my EVO LTE

 

 

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If the board takes Dish's offer, I'm sure Hesse will go on his own volition.

And maybe Son will hire him to run TMO.

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