NAVY FIRES FIRST COMMANDING OFFICER
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The new year is less than a week old, and already the Navy has relieved a commanding officer. It happened on Friday, Jan. 4, so maybe 2013 will set a new record for commanders made to walk the plank.
"LOST CONFIDENCE IN HIS ABILITY TO . . . "
An investigation turned up negligence on the part of Winter, and he was sacked by Submarine Squadron Six boss, CAPT Blake Converse, who said in a Navy press release, he fired Winter because he'd "lost confidence in (Winter's) ability to command."
|SUB SKIPPER SACKED THREE WEEKS SHORT
OF CHANGE-OF-COMMAND - CMDR DIEGO
HERNANDEZ FIRED FOR THE "MISHANDLING
OF CLASSIFED DOCUMENTS" BUT WE HEAR
MAY BE MORE TO IT THAN THAT - NAVAL
ACADEMY GRAD HOLDS MASTERS DEGREE
FROM HARVARD - ONCE HAD BRIGHT FUTURE
|USS HARTFORD - "SHIP OF FOOLS?" - SKIPPER
OF NUCLEAR SUB RELIEVED OF COMMAND AFTER
COLLISION WITH NAVY SHIP IN GULF OF HORMUZ
CMDR RYAN BROOKHART "WALKS PLANK" AFTER
CRASH - OVER $100 MILLION IN DAMAGES TO SUB
USS NEW ORLEANS (LPD 18) NEEDS $2 MILLION IN
REPAIRS - INVESTIGATORS FOUND LAX SAILORS
LISTENING TO MUSIC, NOT PAYING ATTENTION TO
DUTY - NAVIGATOR STEERED BOAT WHILE ON
iPOD - LACK OF DISCIPLINE AMONG CREW