Posted on May 23, 2014
CSM Michael J. Uhlig
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If he admits to it, and is seeking counseling for it - should he be punished?

I am of the belief that if you wanted help, really wanted help, you'd have sought out conseling before....any thoughts or speculation as to what the punishent will be?

http://www.stripes.com/news/navy/adultery-led-to-virginia-navy-base-enlisted-leader-s-ouster-1.284104
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CSM,

Lead from the front or get out. Embrace our standards and values or seek the nearest door. If a door cannot be found one will be provided for you.

I am so unbelievably tired of reading about our senior leaders breaking the rules and getting a slap on the wrist. Holding everyone accountable at all levels of our organization is paramount to the good order and discipline of the military.
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SGM Matthew Quick
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Will he be punished? I don't think so; but he'll most likely retire within 6 months.

This wasn't just a one-time affair (still not good) and he used his government email (and Facebook) to communicate with her. Hope it was worth it!
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Yes. SHARP being taken extremely seriously in a real world where 90,000 troops will be gone in next 3 years.
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I believe that he should be corrected on what he did. He should receive some sort of disciplinary actions as well. Adultery is not a trait of a leader, and he was supposed to be a leader. People in lower ranks are being discharged for adultery, and I think that is an option for him as well.
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