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Brigadier General Anthony J. Tata
You can read the rest of the review here.
Brigadier General Anthony J. Tata retired from the U.S. Army, March 6, 2009 and began a career writing career suspense military fiction. And joined Chancellor Michelle Rhee in her mission to overhaul the DC Public Schools. He describes these responsibilities as overseeing "the alignment of operations to seamlessly support all academic functions."
Writing military thrillers, Tata is known as A. J. Tata. Here's part of a description on Amazon of his novel Sudden Threat:
Enthusiastic readers compare him to Tom Clancy, delivering a book that "sizzles like an over-heated barrel on a M-60 Machine Gun!"
Probably good qualifications for working with Michelle Rhee. But don't you have to ask just how "seamless" things have been going?
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