TWO FEMALES FIRED AT PATUXENT RIVER
Get out your score cards. Two more senior leaders have been made to walk the plank.
"SIGNIFICANT LACK OF LEADERSHIP AND INTEGRITY"
He started off in his statement saying the usual stuff about "loss of confidence" in the captain's ability to command, but then talked about "a significant lack of leadership and integrity that eroded good order and discipline" at the clinic.
GOOD SERVICE RECORD - UP UNTIL NOW
A native of Jacksonville, Ark., the captain had an impressive educational background. She was a 1983 graduate of the University of Arkansas, and later earned a master of science degree in nursing from American University in Washington, D.C.
OTHER MEDICAL LEADERS RELIEVED
In April, the commander of the Navy Health Clinic New England at Newport, R.I., CAPT Kim Lyons (see related stories box below), was relieved. Her master chief, hospital corpsman Robert Whitten (SW/AV/FMF), was also fired.
|SINGING THE "NAVY BLUES" - CAPTAIN IN
BAHRAIN "SKINNY-DIPS" - RELIEVED OF
COMMAND - DAVID GEISLER DOFFED SWIM
TRUNKS IN FRONT OF FEMALE SUBORDINATES
BOSS AT NAVY HEALTH CENTER (NEW ENGLAND)
AND HER CMC BOTH FIRED FOR "POOR COMMAND
CLIMATE" - CAPT. KIM LYONS AND CMC ROBERT
WHITTEN GET "THE BOOT" AT NEWPORT
|NAVAL ACADEMY GRAD RELIEVED AT JOINT BASE
ANDREWS - CMDR CORRINE PARKER DUMPED
FOR "FALSIFICATION OF ADMIN RECORDS" - CHIEF
OF BOAT ON SUB ANNAPOLIS FIRED DUE TO
ALCOHOL-RELATED OFFENSE - SR CHIEF (E-8)
GREG CORDRAY WALKS THE PLANK - EIGHTH
SENIOR ENLISTED PERSON TO GET AXE - PARKER
IS SEVENTH COMMANDER CANNED THIS YEAR
|THE NUMBER REACHES NINE - THAT'S TOTAL
OF NAVY COMMANDING OFFICERS FIRED SO
FAR THIS YEAR - SKIPPER OF SUB COLUMBIA
AND CHIEF OF BOAT RELIEVED - SHAKE-UP
AT NAVY'S DRUG TESTING LAB IN SAN DIEGO
COMMANDER THERE AND HIS XO GET AXE