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Dear Friends and Constituents,

As a (Retired) Senior Non-Commissioned Officer in the United States Army, I have managed projects at the Battalion, Brigade and Division levels. Over my career, I have held several duties that where called positions of trust. These positions required extensive background checks and approval from a General due to the nature and confidentiality of the duties involved.

During my service in South Korea as part of the 2nd Infantry Division, I created and developed numerous policies and regulations that were distributed throughout the peninsula. These directives were Department of Defense driven and training oriented. The training affected 50,000-60,000 service and family members.

My wife Carolyn is a combat veteran who is currently pursuing her PhD in Education/Organizational Leadership.  


Masters Business Administration, Fort Bliss, Texas, 06/15/2009

Bachelors in Business Administration, Killeen, Texas, 05/15/2004  

Department of Defense Certifications:

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator 

Victim Advocate 

Equal Opportunity Leader 

Unit Prevention Leader 



Thank you,

Byron Bradford



Tuesday, February 20, 2018 12:00 AM

More than 6 in 10 Americans fault Congress and President Trump for not doing enough to prevent mass shootings, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, with most Americans continuing to say these incidents are more reflective of problems identifying and addressing mental health issues than inadequate gun laws.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 12:00 AM

The family that took in Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz said they knew he was lonely, depressed and a bit odd but saw no warning signs of a coming massacre.

"We had this monster living under our roof and we didn't know," Kimberly Snead told the South Florida Sun Sentinel in an interview Saturday. "We didn't see this side of him."

The interview with the Sun Sentinel is the first the Snead family has given since Cruz opened fire last Wednesday at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killing 17 people. Their story aligns with what the family attorney, Jim Lewis, previously told CNN on their behalf.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 12:00 AM

Seventeen high school students lay down for three minutes in front of the White House on Monday to represent the lives lost during the shooting at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and the amount of time it takes to buy a gun.

They were joined by several hundred protesters who demanded that lawmakers act to end gun violence during an emotional demonstration on Presidents’ Day.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 12:00 AM

She believed her best chance to be heard was through sheer repetition, so Rachel Crooks took her seat at the dining table and prepared to tell the story again. She was used to difficult audiences, to skeptics and Internet trolls who flooded her Facebook page with threats, but this was a generous crowd: a dozen women, all friends of her aunt, gathered for a casual dinner party on a Friday night. The hostess turned off the music, clanked a fork against her wineglass and gestured to Crooks. “Would you mind telling us about the famous incident?” she asked. “Not the sound-bite version, but the real version.”

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 12:00 AM

When we actually got through the main shoot and into the test, he decided it wasn’t enough Marilyn’s film and that he wanted more Marilyn,” Parfitt said in the documentary. “The scores came in at the end of the test and they were very good, and I think he’d expected it to be not good. In his fury about it doing so well when he thought it wouldn’t, he physically assaulted me. We were talking at the back of the theater after the audience had left, but the Miramax crowd were around, and he pinned me up against a Coke machine and threatened all sorts of stuff. It was very scary. But he was just furious that the film in our version had worked.”

Committee to Elect Byron Bradford
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