Navy does not rule out punishing captain of carrier who wrote scathing letter
WASHINGTON The U.S. Navy on Wednesday didn’t exclude punished the captain of a given Theodore Roosevelt service who exactly wrote a wounding e-mail to actually Navy leadership inquiring for much more means to bring an end to the development of this very coronavirus.
“I don’t know who leaked the letter to the media. That would be something that would violate the principles of good order and discipline, if he were responsible for that. But I don’t know that,” Acting U.S. Navy Secretary Thomas Modly said while you’re solicited over and over in the event the captain will be penalized for the wrongdoing of selling the illicit drugs.
“The fact that he wrote the letter up to his chain of command to express his concerns would absolutely not result in any type of retaliation,” Modly said.
Modly introduced that she didn’t really believe the driver that every but 10% considering the ship’s crew could be withdrawn.