People are crying out, where is our military in this mess? Paul Vallely, an outspoken critic of the Obama administration, notes how the White House fails to take action or investigate its own officials but finds it easy to fire military commanders “who have given their lives for their country.” Vallely thinks he knows why this purge is happening.Well, there seems to be some very credible evidence that since last year and through this year that there has been a “litmus test” given to American Military Officers. “Obama will not purge a civilian or political appointee because they have bought into Obama’s ideology,” Vallely said. That’s why they stalled on the investigation into Fast and Furious, Benghazi and Obama Care.
With all the documentation we have, it looks as though he is purging the military for the next step.Turnover in the military ranks is normal, and in these times of sequestration and budget cuts the numbers are expected to tick up as force levels shrink and missions change. Africa Command after only a year and a half because he disagreed with orders not to mount a rescue mission in response to the Sept. Was in charge of the US African command during the fateful night of September 11, 2012 when the lives of four American citizens was taken in the Embassy in Benghazi.Yet what has happened to our officer corps since President Obama took office is viewed in many quarters as unprecedented, baffling and even harmful to our national security posture. Hamm was extremely critical of our Commander and Chief and stated he lied about not having reinforcements in the area on that night. Rear Admiral Charles Gaouette/United States Navy-Commander of Carrier Strike Group Three.We have commented on some of the higher profile cases, such as Gen. His most recent activity served as Deputy Commander of the US Naval Forces, US Central Command.He was in charge of Air Craft Carriers in the Mediterranean Sea the night of September 11, 2012.
Commissioned officers generally enter the Military with a four-year college degree or greater, or receive officer training following tours of enlisted service.