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For SEALs, it’s back to regulation haircuts and uniform inspections
Stung by a string of scandals, on Tuesday Naval Special Warfare commander Rear Adm. Collin Green issued a four-page “back to basics” directive designed to shore up shoddy conduct, restore moral accountability and create better leaders.
By Carl Prine
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Carrier John C. Stennis throws sexual assault awareness rodeo
The rodeo featured trivia, games and obstacle course to raise awareness of the Navy's sexual assault resources.
Officer accused of patronizing prostitutes worked in sex assault prevention office while awaiting court-martial
Capt. John F. Steinberger pleaded guilty March 6 to charges of dereliction of duty and conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman for accepting gifts of hotel rooms, meals, drinks and prostitutes.
By Mark D. Faram