A BAD WEEK FOR MILITARY RECRUITERS - BOSS OF
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It's the most dangerous peacetime job in the armed forces. When you're a recruiter, a lot of bad things can happen to you. Very bad things, like prison and a dishonorable discharge.
Two individuals - one a Navy three-striper, and the other an Army staff sergeant - found out this week just what we mean, although they got off relatively easy.
A naval officer was fired as boss of the Navy Recruiting District (Seattle), while the Army non-com was booted out of the military after admitting he'd had a sexual relationship with a female teen-aged recruit.
The NCO - S/SGT Christopher Donor - was the second Army recruiter this week to be forced out of the service. A couple weeks ago, SGT John Beck. 33 years old, was nailed for the very same crime.
Both sergeants operated out of the recruiting office in Osceola County, Florida.
NAVAL ACADEMY GRAD IN TROUBLE
Up in Seattle, CMDR Djamal Pullom got the boot. The Naval officer didn't see his career go up in smoke because of a sex scandal.
He got in trouble for misusing government funds, our sources tell us..
The relief of duty may not be fatal to the three-striper's career, however, as he has a good friends in high places. You see, the affable Pullom wasn't nailed on a sex charge, so he may have life left yet.
He also is a 1995 Naval Academy graduate, so even if he retires as an 0-4, he'll get a pension and keep his veterans benefits.