Relieved of Command

EUCOM General Removed over Extramarital Affair, Misuse of Funds

Then-Brig. Gen. David Haight. Army photo

Army Maj. Gen. David Haight was removed from his position as head of operations at U.S. European Command in connection with allegations that he had misused government resources while having an extramarital affair, the U.S. Army said Wednesday. Haight was moved from his post earlier this summer and reassigned to Army headquarters in the Pentagon... more

Navy Master Chief Fired Over 'Toxic Work Environment'

Command Master Chief James A. Roberts, the senior enlisted leader of the Arleigh-Burke class guided-missile destroyer USS Laboon has been relieved according to a June 27, 2016, announcement from the Navy. (Photo via Roberts' official Facebook page)

The senior enlisted leader of the Arleigh-Burke class guided-missile destroyer USS Laboon has been removed after an investigation reportedly found multiple problems with his leadership. Command Master Chief James A. Roberts was relieved on Monday by Capt. Derek Granger, the commander of Destroyer Squadron 22 out of Norfolk, Virginia. The firin... more

Navy Undersea Warfare CO Removed Due to Hostile Command Climate

Capt. Howard Goldman, right, is congratulated by the commanding officer of the Submarine Learning Center as he relinquishes command of Naval Submarine Training Center Pacific during an Aug. 15, 2014, change of command ceremony. (Photo by Jason Swink/Navy)

The commanding officer of the Newport, Rhode Island, division of the Navy's undersea warfare research and development center was relieved of command Wednesday after an investigation found evidence of a hostile work environment and poor command climate. Capt. Howard Goldman, commander of Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport, was relieved by... more

Reports: Navy Ship Comfort Plagued by Poor Leadership for Years

Official U.S. Navy file photo of USNS Comfort (T-AH 20)

NORFOLK -- A Navy hospital ship designed to perform humanitarian missions and build goodwill for the United States abroad was plagued by leadership problems in its medical facility for years before it set off to Latin America last spring with a new commanding officer who was put in place just days before leaving Norfolk, investigative reports sh... more

Parris Island Recruit Attacked Comrade, Will Be Separated from Corps

Drill instructors present their new Marines with Eagle, Globe and Anchors during the emblem ceremony Sept. 7, 2013, at the Iwo Jima flag raising statue on Parris Island, S.C. (Photo by Lance Cpl. MaryAnn Hill)

A Parris Island recruit is being separated from the Marine Corps after attacking a fellow recruit whose parents say he was in a wheelchair at the time. The recruit, whom Parris Island officials declined to identify because of an ongoing investigation, was involved in an Easter Sunday incident in the depot's sick bay in which he attacked fellow ... more

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