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  • TYPO!!!
    Time Bandit
    "Capt. Marcia "Kim" Lyons was relived of her command", REALLY! RELIVED!!! Don't people proofread anymore?
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  • Navy missteps
    Norman's Mother
    I don't understand the methods used by the Navy and other services in dealing with crimes like sexual assault. When civilians are assaulted, they call the police who find and arrest the perp and the victim presses charges. Why don't military victims do the same? Of course, they can't call the police from a ship at sea, but they sure can once they dock. Doesn't matter if the crime was committed on a military base; it's still a crime and civilian police have the right to enter and arrest the perp. Military personnel who are victims of any crime should call the police first and tell their commanders later. That way, valuable clues and evidence have a better chance at being preserved. Not to mention bringing the perp swiftly to justice, rather than waiting forever for the military to investigate.
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