Another Coast Guard captain axed
Capt. Suzanne Englebert, chief of the Coast Guard’s Seattle sector, was temporarily relieved of command for fostering a command climate that her superiors deemed "unacceptable." I’m ambivalent. One the one hand, I have no desire to see jerks in command. On the other, I worry that behavior that would be accepted in men gets more ...
I’m ambivalent. One the one hand, I have no desire to see jerks in command. On the other, I worry that behavior that would be accepted in men gets more negative attention when a woman does it.
Thomas E. Ricks is a former contributing editor to Foreign Policy. Twitter: @tomricks1
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