Posted on Apr 22, 2021
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Air Force general to face court-martial, a first
Gen. Arnold Bunch, the commander of the Air Force Material Command, announced Wednesday that Maj. Gen. William Cooley of the AFMC will be court-martialed on a sexual assault charge. Cooley will be the first Air Force general to face such a trial. Bunch said "this was not a decision made lightly," but he believes it was the right call after reviewing "all of the evidence from the investigation" and a preliminary hearing. Cooley, the former head of the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, has been accused of making unwanted sexual advances, kissing and touching a female victim who was not a service member or Defense Department employee, according to Military.com.
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1SG Steven Imerman
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Burn him down. Too many high level people in America have become convinced they can get away with anything (like destroying 30,000 pieces of subpoenaed evidence, etc.)
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SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
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Yes and that's just the tip of the iceberg on that individual who has also proved You can even get away with murder based on Who You are.
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SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
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SGT Stephen Krzyzczuk Sr - Plus Five more in Haiti that turned down bribes by them a sixth, a friend of mine for over 60 years fled Haiti after being warned by the President of the Dominican Republic and saved His life. He was told they would make His the richest man in Haiti, He turned down their bribe. He was the President of the Senate for the Country of Haiti and We were both former Cadets at Bordentown Military Institute in New Jersey and hung around together and still see each other and keep in touch. the other five stayed in Haiti and continued their government jogs were murdered. I think in the US it was 57 that We know of. Makes Me wonder what other countries their murders may have taken place in.
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Col Joseph Lenertz
Col Joseph Lenertz
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Excellent. Love the Hillary reference. If only we could push ACCOUNTABILITY up to the lofty marble steps of Congress.
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SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
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SGT Stephen Krzyzczuk Sr - BMI used to play Farragut in sports, the Tom's River, NJ campus is gone but they still have a campus in FL. A lot of Military academies closed during that time period in the early to mid 70s . BMI has an active Alumni Association of which I'm a member and have been to the last 5 reunions.
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SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
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Nothing like throwing His career and retirement down the toilet because He can't control Himself. Some people seem to think that due to a higher position they can do whatever they want to whomever they want. I know He hasn't been found guilty yet but if He in fact did what He is accused of I have no sympathy for Him at all.
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LTC David Brown
LTC David Brown
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I agree, by his age and reaching this level he should know better if the charges are true.
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Lt Col John (Jack) Christensen
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LTC John Griscom
LTC John Griscom
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SGT Stephen Krzyzczuk Sr - If they reduce him in rank, that's what he retires as.
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LTC John Griscom
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Don't see this happen often.
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
Lt Col Charlie Brown
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Can't remember ever seeing it during my career
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Lt Col John (Jack) Christensen
Lt Col John (Jack) Christensen
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Lt Col Charlie Brown We didn't, they just got orders.
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LTC John Griscom
LTC John Griscom
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Lt Col John (Jack) Christensen - I worked for a Colonel that was offered resignation without retirement or court martial. He had 28 years service that counted for nothing at the end.
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