Tuesday, April 26, 2022


This is a set of quotes from Navy Times article.

"One female officer said that Lundberg’s behavior “drastically and negatively altered the working environment onboard OMA and that the last three months have been her worst time she has spent in the Navy.”

“The Officers appear to have become accustomed to tuning out CDR Lundberg’s, and to some extent the CO’s, comments,” the investigators wrote. “Some Officers just try to ignore the leadership’s comments.”

The CO and XO were sacked.

"While Lundberg denied throwing the folder, “multiple Officers state they expect to be yelled at and verbally berated in regular engagements with CDR Lundberg,” the investigation states."

So the junior officers decided to simply ignore the CO and XO and then got upset that the CO and XO made an effort to hold them accountable and grew a little irate that the officers that worked for them had all decided to simply ignore them.

I don't think I'd serve in the modern USN for any amount of money. It is not a combat force and hasn't been for some time. I cannot imagine all these snowflakes in combat and it is obvious that they can't imagine it either since they all seem to have found ways to make their ships useless and unable to meet wartime committments.


SCOTTtheBADGER said...

It isn't the same Navy that ate the Nihon Kaigun for lunch, is it?

Bobo the Hobo said...

If I recall correctly this was the attitude of the Russian military during the chaotic days following the overthrow of the tsar.