Food for thought:
This article doesn't surprise me the least bit, because this is the sort of thing that goes on overseas in isolated military commands.
Navy Times staff writer, Sam Fellman did an excellent job detailing the "drunken and nude" behavior of senior Navy officers in the presence of junior enlisted sailors. What's appalling about their behavior is that it took place in an Islamic country in pubic view.
A few years ago, top brass Navy officials decided that my alleged conduct of specious allegations of committing adultery was so "Unbecoming of a Officer" that it warranted a trial by court martial, fine of $9,000, confinement in prison for 2 months and subsequent discharge from the Navy without my retirement pension, when I was only 8 months shy of my 20 year retirement eligibility.
If this isn't a classic case of "double standards" and "selective prosecution", then I don't know what is.
But, I shall not fret over the actions of the Navy's senior top brass because their judgement day is coming sooner than they realize!!