“We all must get involved and support candidates who believe in this nation and its Constitution”

Cassville, GA – Retired Air Force General Timothy A. Kinnan today announced his endorsement of Barry Loudermilk for U.S. Congress.

“General Kinnan is a great American and has defended our nation but, as importantly, he has been a champion for our way of life and our freedoms which makes me doubly honored to have his support and friendship,” Barry said.

Timothy A. Kinnan, Lieutenant General USAF (Retired)

Timothy Kinnan

“I am very concerned for our nation.  Our politicians are ignoring our Constitution.  They are accumulating and redistributing power and wealth at the expense of ‘We the People.’  We all must get involved and support candidates who believe in this nation and its Constitution; who understand the proper, limited role of government and who support our men and women in uniform.  The candidate that I am supporting in the upcoming election is Barry Loudermilk.  Barry is a true Conservative who understands what our Government should be doing, and, more importantly, what it should NOT be doing.  I have joined “Veterans for Loudermilk” because Barry IS a veteran who served honorably and well, and who will support the needs of America’s veterans.  Above all, I know Barry to be a man of character – a family man, and a man of faith who will work to restore American values.  I am proud to endorse Barry Loudermilk for U.S. Congress.”

Biography

Tim Kinnan is President of the Wallace Lighthouse Consulting Group, a position he assumed in April 2007. He provides oversight and direction for the Company, while institutionalizing best practices in order to provide the best possible support to customers. He also has responsibility for strategic concept development for future operations. Prior to joining Wallace Lighthouse, Tim worked for the Lockheed Martin Corporation of Bethesda, Maryland, as Vice President, Integrated Warfighter Solutions. In this capacity, he supported U.S. Government customers in the Washington DC region in the areas of command, control, and communications (C3) and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR). He also provided support to Lockheed Martin business units for all phases of C3 and ISR-related business pursuits. Before going to work in the defense industry, Tim served 34 years in the United States Air Force, retiring in 2004 with the rank of lieutenant general. He was a fighter pilot, with operational experience in the F-4, F-15 and F-16. His commands included the 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, the 401st Fighter Wing, the 347th Composite Wing, the Air War College, and the Air Force Doctrine Center. He served as Vice Director for Strategic Plans and Policy with the Joint Staff in Washington, D.C. In this role, he was responsible for developing the National Military Strategy of the United States, and coordinating strategy and policy within the interagency process in Washington, D.C. For the final three years of his career, Tim served as the U.S. Military Representative to NATO in Brussels, Belgium. Tim holds a bachelor’s degree in aeronautical and astronautical engineering from the US Air Force Academy, and a master’s degree in aeronautical and astronautical engineering from Purdue University. He is a graduate of the US Air Force Fighter Weapons School, Armed Forces Staff College, the National War College, and the Wharton School Program in Finance for Senior Executives. In 1977 he was the recipient of the Robinson Risner Award as the Outstanding Fighter Pilot in the United States Air Force. In 2008, Purdue University honored him with their Outstanding Aerospace Engineer award.