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Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Navy SEAL Admiral's Rare, Public Punishment

The career death of Rear Adm. Brian Losey, the Navy SEAL leader being forced to retire after his promotion was blocked in the Senate, marks the most public punishment ever at the top rank of the elite SEALs, who are known for running below the radar with their combat missions and internal business.

Even more tension between Congress and the SEALs may be looming. Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, said this week that he will oppose the nomination of Losey's replacement, Rear Adm. Tim Szymanski.

Hunter told The San Diego Union-Tribune that he has concerns about the incoming SEAL commander's past performance on contracting, training and acquisitions. He didn't elaborate on the alleged problems.



Anonymous said...

In the next few months you will see more of our military torn apart , Obama only has a few months left to really screw up our country.

Anonymous said...

The real damage is always done during the second term.

Anonymous said...

Obama's purge of the military is almost complete. Stalin would have been proud.

Anonymous said...

It amazes me at how naive and ignorant we are as a society with the way our country has been disassembled and torn apart from the inside out, and our vulnerability