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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Phó Đề Đốc Hải Quân Hoa Kỳ Bị Cách Chức Vì Xem Phim Ảnh Khiêu Dâm

HoangsaParacels:  Hình phạt hơi quá đáng. Không cứ gì các vị Đô Đốc, các đấng nam nhi già trẻ lớn bé đều có trải qua những kinh nghiệm về những phim ảnh ướt át trên internet tại gia; nhưng thỉnh thoảng phải ngoái đầu canh chừng con mắt cú vọ sau lưng. 
73rd anniversary Pearl Harbor Day commemoration ceremonyPhó ĐĐốc Rick Williams, Tư lệnh Liên Đoàn tác chiến Hàng Không Mẫu Hạm 15, thuộc Đệ Tam Hạm Đội Hải Quân Hoa Kỳ bị cách chức vì sử dụng computer của đơn vị coi hình khiêu dâm. Bà Phó Đô Đốc Nora Tyson, Tư lệnh Đệ Tam Hạm Đội, cấp chỉ huy của Phó ĐĐốc Rick Williams khó tánh lắm !(TVQ)

Admiral Nora Wingfield Tyson, USN is an American naval officer. In 2015 she was installed as the new commander of the Navy’s Third Fleet, making her the first woman to lead a U.S. Navy ship fleet.[2][3] Tyson previously served as the commander of Carrier Strike Group Two (CCSG2), from July 29, 2010 to January 12, 2012; she was the first female commander of a U.S. Navy Carrier Strike Group.[4] She then served as Vice Director of the Joint Staff beginning in February 2012.[5] In July 2013 she was promoted to Vice Admiral and named as Deputy Commander, US Fleet Forces Command.[6]


Navy strike group commander fired for viewing porn at work

By Meghann Myers, Staff writer 

The San Diego-based commanding officer of Pacific Fleet's carrier strike group training command has been relieved following allegations that he used his government computer to access pornography.
Rear Adm. Rick Williams was fired by 3rd Fleet boss Vice Adm. Nora Tyson on Friday "based on the initial findings of an ongoing investigation into the alleged misuse of government computer equipment," the Navy said in a release.
During a routine inspection, Williams was found to have looked at pornographic images on his government computer, violating Navy rules, said a Navy source familiar with the incident. The misuse of the computer did not involve any classified material and the investigation is ongoing, the source added.
"They have enough information to say it wasn't just a mistake," the source said. "It was extensive enough that they knew it was not just an error."
Williams, a career surface warfare officer, has been the head of Carrier Strike Group 15 since June. He could not be immediately reached for comment Saturday.
He earned his commission in 1984 after graduating from the Rochester Institute of Technology and served aboard two frigates and a hydrofoil as a junior officer before becoming executive officer of the destroyer O'Bannon, according to his official biography.
He first took command in 2002 of the frigate McInerney, before going on to lead Destroyer Squadron 26 and then a position as deputy 5th Fleet commander, directing maritime operations in support of operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom.
Prior to his job at CSG 15, he was the commander of Navy Region Hawaii and Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific.
Capt. Chris Barnes will serve as a temporary replacement at CSG 15 until a permanent relief is named.
Williams is the first one-star fired since 2013, when Stennis strike group commander Rear Adm. Chuck Gaouette was ousted on deployment for misconduct including foul language, flipping off lieutenants, speculation that black admirals were chosen because of their race and sending fellow officers a racially-charged email about a black sailor.
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