Discussion in 'Academy/Military News' started by aseanag, Feb 5, 2014.
Aren't you the same person who shrieks every time someone dares speak ill of the Air Force?
Scout I have never had problems with negative news about AF being posted. I have posted negative news about AF. News is news. I have had trouble with negative opinions being posted but never news.
So you want news posted, but no opinions to follow. Got it.
Here we go again! Opinions are fine with me. I just don't happen to agree with most of yours. I have no more problems with your opinions than you have with mine.
The continuing feud aside, I find this whole thing to be unbelievable and think they should kick these guys out of the service entirely. Anyone who would risk his colleagues by not making absolutely certain he had the proper credentials to handle a reactor does not deserve to serve.
I am confused, happens regularly
From the article
"Staff at the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program in Charleston, South Carolina, allegedly shared information about the test on reactor operations among themselves, officials said of their findings so far.
There is no indication students were involved."
Perhaps, it a bad journalism. In order for this to be a scandal, the "staff" had use the information for personal gains or gave it someone else.
Listen to the Navy's response. It explains better what happen.
Separate names with a comma.