ACO Association is the American Communications Online - Allied Command Organization. Theresa J Morris, Owner, Woman Veteran with Thomas R Becker, General Manager, Veteran, and are forming a community for their trade associations, peer review journals, and newsletter. Our clients are our friends in business to business and social media. We share co-creations in audio and visual among visual and performing artists. We have artists,authors, consultants, educators, radio hosts, researchers, speakers, web hosts, and friends in social media. We support other veterans and are space advocates. We like to write and do research. Enjoy ancient cultures and cosmology. TJ had 2 near death experiences and am all about learning about the cosmos and science. I am building friends who have time to build a tribe and meet annually at an event. I do a monthly Meet up. I do weekly radio shows. I share websites to assist ACO Network Media Partners. I began my own business while going to UAB in 1978 called ACIR. I always was an Independent Investigative Reporter, and was licensed in Birmingham, AL by the Chief of Police as a Private Investigator. We did not have license back then. I helped with the Kentucky licensing for P.I., then served as Investigative Reporter writing reports before we had the internet in cyberspace. I did work for a newspaper and began my own magazine. I had my first job with Percy Foreman Atty in Houston then Newton B Schwartz, 1970. I trained arson, fraud, subrogation, personal injury, and law enforcement before my license in Business Intelligence. I went through U.S. Dod-DON- training and shared 1980-1993 in and out of country of USA. I drove OTR - CDL 1994-2003. I then began event promotions as an agent-consultant-organizer when I got off the road. I kept my brand ACIR-ACO and married Agent Thomas R Morris in Kentucky 2000. I had learned the publishing business and first title was a catcher. I learned to bind books, and print color and black and white. I loved that I came from a paper mill family in USA. We were told that saw dust was in our bones and our blood ran red as Americans.We in our culture growing up were proud to be an American and we said a pledge to allegiance to our flag. I still believe in the USA and that we stand for freedom, family, country and most of all freedom of speech. I do my part as loving God and country. I will say I work until the day I die or pass.