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Military Justice? by blackrams
Started on: 11-16-2019 09:28 AM
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Last post by: randye on 11-27-2019 04:33 PM
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When I read the Navy were trying to setup a tribunal to possibly remove his Trident I knew it was not going to go well for the Navy. You have a direct pardon by the CIC being partially ignored. Knowing this President how could one not see this result?

One of the reasons I left the USAF was because of my leadership. I saw good leaders and true warriors being punished by politically correct upper leadership. It felt like the people who could lead and manage were leaving the military and the people who couldn't survive in the civilian world stayed. Those people are now in charge.
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Originally posted by Hudini:

It felt like the people who could lead and manage were leaving the military and the people who couldn't survive in the civilian world stayed. Those people are now in charge.


Much like our universities are now.
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Originally posted by Hudini:

When I read the Navy were trying to setup a tribunal to possibly remove his Trident I knew it was not going to go well for the Navy. You have a direct pardon by the CIC being partially ignored. Knowing this President how could one not see this result?

One of the reasons I left the USAF was because of my leadership. I saw good leaders and true warriors being punished by politically correct upper leadership. It felt like the people who could lead and manage were leaving the military and the people who couldn't survive in the civilian world stayed. Those people are now in charge.


In eras past, more than a few flag officers and their civilian counterparts have come to realize too little/too late that "Commander-in-Chief" is senior to all of them, including the highest flag officers.


(oddly, generals with names beginning with Mc or Mac have seen the brunt of it.....McClellan, MacArthur, McChrystal......)

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Originally posted by blackrams:

While he has the authority to order such things, just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

Rams


For me, it's an easy problem:

What do the guys who worked with the accused in the trenches say about him?
I'm sure they know more about who this guy is then anyone else involved.
They ALL know the rules.

It's simple.
Did he break the rules?
Let them call it.

Did taking the paddle out of the Teachers hand improve discipline in our schools?

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There was only ONE MAN charged and convicted for posing in this photo with the body of a dead terrorist.



Perspective. It helps to have some.

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Originally posted by randye:

There was only ONE MAN charged and convicted for posing in this photo with the body of a dead terrorist.



Perspective. It helps to have some.



Posting this picture in my eyes is not enough to remove his rank. But if you look at the picture the terrorist was receiving medical treatment...
Play stupid games win stupid prizes.

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Originally posted by Jake_Dragon:


Posting this picture in my eyes is not enough to remove his rank. But if you look at the picture the terrorist was receiving medical treatment...
Play stupid games win stupid prizes.



The man that was helping deliver medical treatment to that terrorist was the only man charged and convicted for posing in that photo.

More perspective. The more of it you have, the more it helps.

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