Navy charges 2 dive unit members with...

Navy charges 2 dive unit members with manslaughter in 2 divers' deaths at Maryland test pond

There are 1 comment on the Star Tribune story from May 1, 2013, titled Navy charges 2 dive unit members with manslaughter in 2 divers' deaths at Maryland test pond. In it, Star Tribune reports that:

Two enlisted sailors who had a supervisory role with a Virginia-based Navy dive unit face military criminal charges of involuntary manslaughter and dereliction of duty in the February drowning deaths of two divers at an Army facility test pond near Baltimore, officials said Wednesday.

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Since: Sep 11


#1 May 1, 2013
Obama is a real piece of work.

Certainly, these deaths are regrettable, but no more so than the deaths of Chris Smith and his aides at Benghazi!

Training is hard and sometimes dangerous. So is war. Do we want our military trainers to be more concerned with criminal charges than preparing our troops for battle?

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