Navy Seal becomes military attaché to Mexico
Kilrain worked on anti-terrorism for the National Security Council
Houston — The Houston Chronicle is reporting; the U.S. government has dispatched a career Navy SEAL and anti-terrorism expert to the U.S. embassy in Mexico City to serve as liaison with Mexican troops waging war on gangsters.
Rear Adm. Colin Kilrain, a former senior commander of the U.S. Navy's special forces who last year worked on anti-terrorism for the National Security Council, recently took up the post of military attaché. To read more on Kilrain's efforts, head to The Houston Chronicle's website: http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/U-S-Navy-Seal-becomes-military-attach-to-Mexico-3400982.php