Did this man fire Major Cook for POLITICAL reasons?


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Larry E. Grice

Systems Integration Management Technologies, Inc (Simtech)

17608 Pasture Rd
Odessa, FL  33556

(813) 240-0296

Is Mr. Grice complicit in a conspiracy to cover up a crime by committing an other crime?

US Department of Defense states it has zero tolerance for retaliating against Whistleblowers.

And this is codified in US Laws 5 U.S.C. 2302(b)(8)

What did Major Cook do that was so wrong? Where did he violate either his oath as an officer or the Uniform Code of Military Justice?

I (insert name), having been appointed a (insert rank) in the U.S. Army under the conditions indicated in this document, do accept such appointment and do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter, so help me God.

Throughout the UCMJ is a term “proper authority,” to act without proper authority could lead any member of the military into very serious trouble.

Section 16c(1)(c) talks about legal and illegal orders. It states,

A general order or regulation is lawful unless it is contrary to the Constitution, the laws of the United States, or lawful superior orders or for some other reason is beyond the authority of the official issuing it.

What is clear here is that an order is illegal if it comes from someone without the authority to issue it. The question is not the one Obama wants us to answer, which is does 63.25 million votes give him the right to be Commander in Chief, but the question is does the status of his “citizenship” give him the right to use those 63.25 million votes to be Commander in Chief. If his questionable citizenship status does not, than any order filtering through the chain of command is tainted.

It is not like Mr. Grice does not know that Major Cook has an obligation under the UCMJ to question Obama’s claim to be Commander in Chief, according to his Bio at http://www.siaa.asn.au/simtect/2006/simkey.htm#grice Mr. Grice has ample experience with Military rules and regulations.

CW4 Larry E. Grice enlisted in the Army in 1981 as a Combat Field Medic (91B). In 1983 he was accepted to the Warrant Officer Candidate Program and Initial Entry Rotary Wing Training. After Flight School and a CH-47 Chinook transition WO1 Larry Grice was stationed at Fort Wainwright Alaska from March 1984 to May 1987.

In May 1987 CW2 Grice was assigned to the 160th Special Operations Aviation Group (SOAG) as an MH-47D pilot after successfully completing the 160th's assessment process. After five and a half years as a mission pilot he attended the Chinook Instructor Pilot Course and was assigned the duties of a Test and Evaluation Pilot for the MH-47E being developed for Special Operations Forces (SOF) Mission Support. As a Test and Evaluation Pilot he was tasked to be the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for supporting the MH-47E and MH-60K Digital Map Display unit and the development of an Automated Mission Planning System.

In 1991 Mr. Grice became the Mission Planning Systems Project Officer. He became a major influence in the development of the Portable Flight Planning System (PFPS) now in use throughout the US Department of Defense for Aviation Mission Planning, and for SOF Aviation, Ground and Maritime Mission Planning.

After nine years as the Mission Planning Systems Project Officer, CW4 Grice was reassigned in October 2000 as the Simulation and Mission Rehearsal Systems Project Officer. CW4 Grice initiated and completed numerous improvements to the Simulation and Mission Rehearsal Systems at the 160th SOAR. Mr. Grice focused on the issues and obstacles that were preventing the 160th from meeting long standing requirements to conduct Mission Rehearsals in the virtual and constructive domains. When funding was sought for fielding additional aviation simulators to the 160th CW4 Grice ensured that the plans included the necessary components to develop the simulators to a higher degree of integration and interoperability than had ever been achieved within the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM): The MH-47G and MH-60Blk1 Combat Mission Simulators (CMS) are being delivered running a Common DataBase (CDB) that contains all of the data elements required for the virtual and constructive systems and a Common Environment (CE) that will establish baseline common servers for weather modeling, terrain modeling, navigation aids, and other common elements.

In 2004 CW4 Grice was asked to move to USSOCOM located at MacDill AFB, Florida to become the Mission Training and Preparation Systems (MTPS) Branch Chief. As the MTPS Branch Chief Mr. Grice is the functional manager with oversight over MTPS and has developed a Roadmap covering all Training, Planning, Preview, and Rehearsal (Preparation) Systems used by SOF Air, Ground, and Maritime.

CW4 Grice will begin transition leave this April in preparation for retirement from the U.S. Army with 25 years of service on 1 July 2006.


If you believe that Major Cook was unfairly fired contact Mr. Grice and ask him if he is still holds the oath he took as an officer as binding and as a former MedEvac pilot can he leave a wounded solider behind at the mercy of a possible enemy of the Constitution.