By Debbie Gregory. The leadership triad of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4 was relieved of duty after the executive officer was found wandering drunk and naked through the woods at Camp Shields in Okinawa, Japan. Lt. Cmdr. Jason Gabbard was discovered intoxicated and unclothed in a wooded area. Cmdr. James Cho and Command Master Chief […]
Entries for February, 2018
By Debbie Gregory. A Raleigh, NC car mechanic who took a helicopter to SAS Institute headquarters, wearing a battle dress uniform, told security officers that he was picking up a female employee on orders of the U.S. president. Christian Desgroux pretended to be a three-star U.S. Army general in order to impress a woman who […]
By Debbie Gregory. Some 50,000 TRICARE users in the newly-formed West region could be on the verge of losing coverage. United Healthcare used to be the contractor for the West, but as of January 1, 2018, Health Net Federal Services took over the contract. Due to the changeover, registration for all users except check allotment […]
By Debbie Gregory. Stress. It’s a big part of our daily lives, and much of it derives from the kind of work we do. Some jobs, naturally, involve more stress than others for obvious reasons, including the potential for physical harm. As recent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have shown, performing on the battlefield is […]
By Debbie Gregory. National Guard veteran Amie Muller succumbed to pancreatic cancer in February, 2017. She believed her illness was a result of deployments to Iraq and exposure to burn pits. Muller battled to win recognition from the United States government for victims of the burn pits. A recent court ruling that came too late […]
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