Pentagon Advisory Board Fires Google VP Milo Medin

Pentagon Advisory Board Fires Google VP Milo Medin


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Google VP of Wireless Services Milo Medin has been fired from the Defense Innovation Board, a group of business leaders and academics created by the Obama administration in 2016 to advise the Department of Defense on technological innovation.

A White House source confirmed to Breitbart News that Medin was fired earlier this week. The Google VP’s bio page has been removed from the Department of Defense’s website.

As Breitbart News reported in October, the Defense Innovation Board was a creation of Barack Obama’s defense secretary, Ash Carter, and was from the outset deeply tied to Google:

In 2016, Obama’s Department of Defense created a “Defense Innovation Board” (DIB) chaired by then Alphabet CEO Eric Schmidt and also included Milo Medin, Google’s head of Wireless, who is still on it. Schmidt only left the board this month due to term limits.

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In addition to including members from the high ranks

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