Have you ever seen the Navy uniform? Imagine being dressed like that and walking down the street in some Indonesian port town.
Maybe it was even the town where Obama grew up and you know what his mother did for a living.
Heads rolling, Pappy?
Hope so. Wonder how many rolled due to greasing Hasan's slide to Ft. Hood.
Posted by: Richard Aubrey ||
11/05/2013 12:00 Comments ||
Military medicine is different from operational forces. Navy COs get relieved a lot more than they used to, though more for political reasons than for incompetence. Like I said, I suspect demographics and Misiewicz's "back story" had a lot to do with this.
As you can well imagine, the Navy, with its overwhelming commitment to diversity, combined with CDR Misiewicz's then-stellar record, would place such an officer in what is a very high-profile, high-responsibility position.
Apparently Commander " Vannak Khem" had some... shortcomings.
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