Obviously you have zero knowledge of the military. The proper term is "Relieved of Command", which he was. I have assumed command of a unit when the commander was hospitalized. That was no big deal. But this is a big deal as he was not only relieved of his command, they said it was not for personal reasons which means he either screwed up of they did not like what he was doing.<quoted text>
So, he is re-assigned. Not fired. ABC news, I'll believe them before a teaparty.com website any day. Why'd you post that when you knew it was another fabrication, or at least should have suspected that it was? You may be a former army helicopter driver who served 6 or 7 months in Vietnam, and good for you, for your service, but that does not bestow any more knowledge of what goes on in the political and military backrooms of the Capitol, White House and the Defence and Sec of state. I know asmuch and probably more of those things than you do. You may be able to describe any plane or ship better than me, and even then, I wouldn't bet on it, but I believe I know as much about what goes on behind the scenes than you do and I'm careful about advancing anything unless I'm damn sure. But you go ahead an post anything, anything that discredits Obama even when you know it's dubious and "gotcha" reporting.
Oh, when I was at Fort McPherson, Gen Colon Powell was "relieved" fo his command to accept another position. However this navy admr. is not taking another position as he is under investigation!!!
Of course, they will not finish his investigation until after the election. There are a lot of things that will be finished after the election. Way to many things!!!
Yes, I know a whole lot more about the military than you ever will. I have even supervised a Three-Star pissing in a bottle!!! Oh, they put their pants on the same way I do!