WHAT IS REAL REASON TOP ENLISTED ADVISOR
AT EUCOM RELIEVED OF HIS JOB? - CHIEF MASTER
SERGEANT CRAIG ADAMS PRAISED BY MANY, BUT
SOME SAY HE INVOLVED IN "INAPPROPRIATE
RELATIONSHIP" WITH SUBORDINATE'S SPOUSE
ADAMS WANTS TO RETIRE, BUT WILL HE GO OUT
BACK DOOR WITHOUT LOSS OF RANK?

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CHIEF MASTER SGT CRAIG ADAMSRecently "relieved" EUCOM senior enlisted military advisor, C/MSGT Craig Adams, has many friends in the Air Force. We found that out when we ran our initial story on the E-9's ouster and many "blue-suiters" contacted us to say they admired the top-ranking EM.

But also there are a few who maintain Adams did wrong and got off easy.

This is what we know. Col. David Westover, EUCOM spokesperson, said Gen. Philip Breedlove fired Adams due to his "loss of confidence" in the highly-decorated non-com's "ability to perform his duties."

That's a curious phrasing. Because usually a relief is for something a little more specific. To be canned for not having the "ability" to perform his duties. That could be for several reasons.

WAS CAUSE OF RELIEF AN ILLICIT AFFAIR?

Right now, there are rumors that Adams may have had an "inappropriate relationship" with
a subordinate's spouse. Here below is part of a message from a C.I. whose identity, under the long-standing policy of MilitaryCorruption.com, has been and will be protected:

"Adams was relieved because he had a year-long affair with one of his subordinate's wife.

He then tried to fire the Army SFC, whose wife was involved in the affair. The adultery came to light when she confessed what she had been doing with Adams to her husband, and he complained to the Command.

However, the Air Force chose to protect Adams. He should have been punished under the provisions of the UCMJ."

That may or may not be accurate, but we extend to Adams and his civilian attorney the opportunity to address the issue right here on our pages if they so desire.

WHAT GRADE WILL ADAMS RETIRE IN?

Through his lawyer, Adams - a 28-year military veteran from Ohio - says he wishes to immediately retire. A problem with that is, if indeed he is guilty of what a very few say, the regulations require, at the minimum, retirement in the last grade satisfactorily served in.

For S/MSGT Adams, that would cost him a stripe and drop him to the rank of senior master sergeant. It would also cost him plenty over the years in a reduced retirement pension.

What do you think, dear reader? Let us know.

 

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"IT WAS POLITICS," SAYS SOURCE AT EUCOM
FIRING OF CHIEF MASTER SGT CRAIG ADAMS
BY GEN. PHILIP BREEDLOVE "UNFAIR" E-MAILS
A SUPPORTER OF THE 28-YEAR AIR FORCE
VETERAN - NO WRONG-DOING INVOLVED
ADAMS WILL RETIRE IN GRADE, WE TOLD