NAVY SEX SCANDAL IN BAHRAIN GETS WORSE
FEMALE NAVAL ACADEMY GRAD RELIEVED OF
COMMAND SAID TO HAVE HAD MULTIPLE AFFAIRS
WITH BOTH OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEMBER
RETIRED AIR FORCE HUBBY WORKS AT NAVCENT
ALLEGED TO HAVE DISCOVERED INFIDELITY AND
REPORTED WIFE TO AUTHORITIES - "TRAGEDY
ALL AROUND" AS CHILDREN ARE INVOLVED
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In the case of the female Naval Academy grad who just got relieved of command out in Bahrain, the more details we receive, the uglier this case gets. If our sources are accurate, and we think they are, CMDR Mary Ann Giese was doing what wayward husbands have done in the military for many a year. She is alleged to have had affairs with other officers and at least one enlisted member at the Navy's Telecommunications Center where the 40 year-old C.O. had been boss since January 2009.
"Her husband just retired from the Air Force and moved to Bahrain to work at NAVCENT," said one insider, "when he discovered what his wife was doing. So he went to the authorities."
FEMALE COMMANDER IS 13TH NAVY C.O. TO BE FIRED THIS YEAR
Giese was fired just days before she was to hand over command to a new skipper. The haste with which the Navy removed the officer, we are told, is a direct result of the alleged affairs impact on the morale of her unit. Apparently, the "catting around" was not exactly a state secret at the small installation.
A 1992 USNA graduate with 18 years of service, Giese faces being put out of the Navy just short of time to qualify for active duty retirement. In addition, as a "ring-knocker" and woman, she could have expected captain's stripes, at the very least, before she retired. Now that is all gone. Along with it, is a good chance Giese could be busted down a stripe to lt. commander, if the allegations made against her are true.
In the slight chance that we have been given inaccurate information, MCC offers CMDR Giese equal time and space here to respond to our news stories.
NAVY SAID TO BE "CIRCLING THE WAGONS" ON WORD GETTING OUT
There are no winners, only losers, in this sad situation. Children are said to be involved, and what could have been a sterling Naval career in communications, seems as dead now as the proverbial door nail.
Still, the Navy - reluctant to acknowledge one of their female Naval Academy grads got in big trouble - is trying to keep a lid on details getting out. "They're circling the wagons," said a source on the ground in Bahrain.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: To our thousands of regular readers in the Navy, plus USNR and retired ranks, we are keeping a close eye on the "Horrible Holly Graf" situation and will do all in our power to make sure this screaming shrew and disgrace to the uniform will not get a "free pass" from the retention board or be allowed to keep her present rank. Keep sending our stories to your members of Congress as well as Navy Secretary Ray Mabus. Don't let up the pressure. Teach "The Sisterhood" and Graf's "fellow" ring-knockers a lesson they won't soon forget. Thank you.]