WTF IS GOING ON HERE? - ONE OF NAVY'S BEST
PILOTS AND INSTRUCTORS TARGETED FOR
DESTRUCTION - FORMER "BLUE ANGELS" BOSS
RELIEVED OF NUMBER TWO SPOT AT CORONADO
NAVY FLAK SAYS CITADEL GRAD INVESTIGATED
FOR "MISCONDUCT" AND "INAPPROPRIATE
COMMAND CLIMATE" WHILE AT PENSACOLA NAS
CAPT GREG McWHERTER ONE OF MOST
HIGHLY-REGARDED OFFICERS IN U.S. NAVY

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CAPT GREG McWHERTERIs this senior pilot and proven warrior just the latest name on a list comprising the so-called "Obama purge?"

We don't think so, but are puzzled as to why such a distinguished and highly-regarded officer should be targeted by the Navy brass.

CAPT Greg McWherter has been relieved from his job as second-in-command at Naval Base Coronado. A cryptic statement by a Navy flak reveals little except McWherter was canned by Vice Admiral William French, chief of Navy Installations Command.

DIGGING UP STUFF FROM THE PAST

All we know for sure, is the Citadel graduate and "Top Gun" pilot is under investigation for alleged "misconduct" and having an "inappropriate command climate" while leading the famed Blue Angels flight team at Pensacola NAS.

The fact that this probe is coming a year and a half after McWherter left Florida, leads us to believe this has something to do with an individual military member trying to "get over" and "get even" with McWherter for some alleged wrong.

We have confirmed the complaint sent to the inspector general originated with one individual. At present, we don't know if it is a male or female who dropped a dime.

No other details have been revealed so far.

MUCH-RESPECTED NAVY FLYER

"This has got to be a frame-up or set-up," snorted one CPO who's known McWherter from a previous deployment.

"I seriously doubt they (Pentagon) could get anything on the captain in the way of bad paper and his command. He was always considered an outstanding individual and leader by his sailors and junior officers," the chief recalled.

McWherter, a native of Atlanta, is a veteran of 5500 flying hours and 950 aircraft carrier deck landings in his 24-year Naval career.

 

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