Navy tosses sub skipper in apparent fallout from training exam cheating
Charles Maher, the CO of the USS Memphis, an attack submarine, was removed and 10 members of his crew are being investigated for possibly cheating on training exams, Navy Times reports. Joel Kennedy’s fine blog on Navy submarines notes, “OK, here’s my unofficial count of submarine COs fired this year: Chicago, Henry M. Jackson (G), ...
Joel Kennedy’s fine blog on Navy submarines notes, “OK, here’s my unofficial count of submarine COs fired this year: Chicago, Henry M. Jackson (G), Ohio (B), and Memphis, plus submarine-related CO firings at NWS Charleston, Norfolk Naval Shipyard and TTF Bangor.”
This is what I call maintaining the tradition of relief. Anyone over at the Army watching this?
(HT to RD)
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