BULLETIN

BOMB DISPOSAL COMMAND MASTER CHIEF FIRED
LEE MORRISON OF EOD MOBILE UNIT 3 GETS AXE
CORONADO-BASED "TOP-RANK" ENLISTED SAILOR
REASSIGNED AFTER NAVY CLAIMS HE "FAILED TO
FOLLOW REPORTING REQUIREMENTS, IMPLEMENT
COMMAND POLICIES" - 23-YEAR CAREER OVER

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It's not every day a Navy E-9 is tossed overboard.

Command Master Chief Lee Morrison is the latest enlisted top-ranker to be fired in a year that saw more than 20 commanding officers relieved.

A spokesperson for Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 1 would only say Morrison "failed to follow reporting requirements and implement command policies." The flack emphasized to a MilitaryCorruption.com reporter that the master chief did not do anything "criminal" in nature.

Whatever.

The 42 year-old Coronado, Calif. based CMC enlisted in the Navy 23 years ago. He was fired Dec. 19 and stood mast proceedings ten days later.

With Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 3 since May of 2010, Morrison pulled an earlier hitch with the unit from 2002 to 2007.

 

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