Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Where is Rear Adm. Chuck Gaouette?

Via Cordite in the Morning 


Admiral Gaouette was abruptly removed from command of the John C. Stennis carrier group and "reassigned" right in the middle of the attack on the embassy at Benghazi.  The Navy says for  “inappropriate leadership and judgment.”

Almost simultaneously General Carter Ham, former head of U.S. Africa command, according to official reports suddenly decided to "retire", while on duty and in command, on-site in Africa.

Since then there has been speculative rumors of everything from the two of them were actively in a coup plot to depose Obama to they both refused to stand down their intent to send immediate help to the beleaguered Americans fighting the raghead attackers in Benghazi.

I don't believe the two events occurring just as the attack was taking place are coincidental and I don't believe the official accounts.   I believe these two men are true leaders and warriors and would not accept the abandonment of the Americans in Libya, by a craven Commander-In-Chief.

General Ham seems to be accounted for, but no one knows the whereabouts, status, or health of Admiral Gaouette.

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