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Friday, November 7, 2014

Air Force Fires 2 Nuclear Commanders, Disciplines Another

That's around 300 senior military leaders Obama has replaced since he's been in office. What is going on with senior leadership in the military? Are they worse now than they've ever been? Do you suppose the nations snooping network has anything to do with this? No one is squeaky clean and that's a well known fact but most people are able to keep their skeletons in their closets. That was before the government began listening to our phone calls, reading our emails, looking into our bank accounts, seeing what purchases we make on our credit cards, etc., etc., etc.. Turns out we no longer have closets!



If someone in the government has an enemies list all they have to do is check out what the spy net has on them, then use that information against them. I believe that's what's been going on here. Obama is getting rid of leaders that don't conform to his world view. Leaders that he's not sure he can control. This is a very troubling development. We've had left wing presidents in the past but nothing close to what Obama is. He has very often made his disdain for this nation crystal clear. What is he up to? What have his czar's been up to? Nobody's heard hardy a peep out of them since they were appointed. I don't believe it's because they haven't been busy. But, what have they been busy at, why don't we know? They are effectively invisible, the secret czars!

This is also in the news today: Fort Bliss Garrison Commander Relieved of Duty

   



Air Force Fires 2 Nuclear Commanders, Disciplines Another

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This June 24, 2014 file photo, shows an ICBM launch site located among fields and farms in the countryside outside Minot, N.D. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
WASHINGTON — Adding to signs of distress in the nuclear force, the Air Force fired two commanders and disciplined a third in response to internal investigations of leadership lapses and misbehavior at two of its three intercontinental ballistic missile bases.
The most senior officer to be relieved was Col. Carl Jones, the No. 2 commander of the 90th Missile Wing at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, in charge of 150 of the Air Force's 450 Minuteman 3 nuclear ICBMs. He was dismissed "for a loss of trust and confidence in his leadership abilities," and has been reassigned as a special assistant to the wing commander.
The actions Monday were confirmed to The Associated Press in response to an AP inquiry about an internal Air Force investigation of two commanders at the 91st Missile Wing at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, which also is responsible for 150 Minuteman 3 missiles. A separate investigation was conducted at F.E. Warren.
The Air Force nuclear missile corps has suffered a rash of recent setbacks, including the firing last year of its top commander.

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