Capt. Larry Bailey (SEAL) USN (Ret.)

Captain Larry Bailey, a native of Marshall, TX, and a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State College, spent almost 27 years as a U.S. Navy SEAL. Obtaining his commission from Navy Officer Candidate School in 1962, he was first assigned to the destroyer USS LEARY before receiving orders to Underwater Demolition Team training in Little Creek, VA. After a year in UDT-22, he was assigned to SEAL Team TWO, where he spent almost five years and with whom he participated in the Dominican Republic invasion and deployed to Vietnam, where he led one of the first two East Coast SEAL platoons into combat.

Dr. Robert Malone MD. MS.

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Scientifically trained at UC Davis, UC San Diego, and at the Salk Institute Molecular Biology and Virology laboratories, Dr. Malone is an internationally recognized scientist (virology, immunology, molecular biology) and is known as one of the original inventors of mRNA vaccination. He received his medical training at Northwestern University (MD) and Harvard University (Clinical Research Post Graduate) medical school, and in Pathology at UC Davis. In his Twitter bio-Dr. Robert Malone states.

“I literally invented mRNA technology when I was 28.” Highly repeated acronyms like mRNA can be quite mystifying and sometimes even risk oversimplifying a substance, a premise or an organization. When one may not have a full comprehension of just what exactly they spell out, or more importantly, what they actually mean or represent in detail in context to a certain scenario, its usually best to do some research with the highest authority possible.

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