for a loss of trust and confidence in his leadership abilities,too
bad we did not fire BO in 2012 for the same problems.
Article quotes: "(Air Force) said that as a result of the Minot
investigation a missile squadron commander, Lt. Col. Jimmy "Keith"
Brown, was relieved of command Monday "because of a loss of confidence in
Brown's ability to lead his squadron. Sheets said the
investigation...."substantiated that Brown engaged in unlawful
discrimination or harassment." He added that the probe found that Brown
"made statements to subordinates that created a perception within his
squadron that pregnancy would negatively affect a woman's career."This is "discrimination"? What if it's true?"The probe also substantiated allegations that Brown had failed to ensure
the well-being of his troops. In March a two-person crew operating a Minuteman 3
launch control center at Minot felt ill from fumes created by a refurbishment
project, but the crew remained at their post because they believed Brown would
have taken action against them had they left. They later were hospitalized,
Sheets said."Don't the missile officers have a
responsibility to monitor their OWN well-being and call 'uncle' if
they conclude they are incapable of performing their duties? Yes, they do.AF pendulum of justice has swung way too far towards
"hyper-sensitivity" and foolishness.