Interesting. It's like common sense prevailed over knee jerk reaction. Hope it's a trend for the future.
On Feb. 22 the Board of Correction of Naval Records issued its decision, that all adverse paperwork related to Mann’s relief be removed from his official record.
“The Board noted that Petitioner’s relief was due to a loss of trust and confidence in his ability to command and lead Marines, but that the (Command Investigation) contained no information that Petitioner knew about the inappropriate actions of his subordinates that led to the sergeant’s Request Mast, or that he contributed to a climate that would have accepted that conduct,” the board wrote.
“In fact, the (Command Investigation) reveals that (Mann) took actions to correct the problems with the climate in the command and when he learned of his subordinate’s actions, he reversed their poor decisions,” the board wrote.
The board specifically addressed McMillian’s reasoning that commanders are responsible for all that their unit does and fails to do, noting, “that there are limits to what is reasonable.”
The board found that Mann was held to an “unreasonable level of accountability.”
"We must be ready to dare all for our country. For history does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or the timid. We must acquire proficiency in defense and display stamina in purpose." - President Eisenhower, First Inaugural Address
Wednesday, March 24, 2021
"Well, Yes It Was Wrong to Fire You, Colonel. Good Luck Getting Your Reputation Back."
A sad tale that never should have happened, Navy board, former commandant agree: Marine colonel should not have been fired
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that was quite a screw job, but the military is famous for this kind of crap. it will happen again.ReplyDelete