Navy Times reports,
Navy SEAL boss to retire after promotion controversy
Rear Adm. Brian Losey, the head of Naval Special Warfare Command, led the prestigious command for three years and was cleared by the Navy for a promotion. That move was only shelved under congressional pressure after it emerged that Losey was found to have retaliated against three staffers at a previous command.
Full Article: http://www.navytimes.com/story/military/2016/08/02/navy-seal-boss-retire-after-promotion-controversy/83644804/
This is absolutely unacceptable, systemic Military Retaliation!!
As long as the Pentagon's top brass is allowed to "police themselves," military personnel will be subjected to ongoing “blatant” Civil and Human rights violations, which was the case throughout my nearly 20 years of active duty service.
I strongly encourage any and all victims of military retaliation or other forms of military workplace abuse to file a Civil Action lawsuit against your service Secretary; it is the only way to protect our military workforce from abuse of authority from senior members within their chain of command.
You are welcome to reference my case, Civil Action No. 13-1465 (RMC)
Until veterans and civil service employees hold the Pentagon accountable for its failure to grant Civil Rights protection to those serving within the ranks of our Armed Forces, the abuse of authority from senior ranking officials will eventually unravel the moral fabric of our nation!!
We cannot allow Greed and the thirst for Control and Power to destroy Humanity!!