Why she’s NOT leaving the Navy
Shaina Hogan, the Naval officer whose photo was used in the item I mentioned the other day, objected to its being used by “Task & Purpose,” the site that ran that piece.
Shaina Hogan, the Naval officer whose photo was used in the item I mentioned the other day, objected to its being used by “Task & Purpose,” the site that ran that piece. (The offending image has been removed.)
And, she added, she is NOT leaving the Navy, because
2. The people are (for the most part) pretty fabulous
3. The opportunities are endless
4. I don’t have to pick out an outfit every morning
5. I have and continue to travel the world
6. I’ve been selected to promote
7. I get time to work out — thank you CNO
8. I get to serve my country
In other Navy news, the Pacific Fleet’s master chief got booted, apparently over travel issues. I wonder why the Army isn’t similarly transparent about its personnel moves.
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