http://www.armytimes.com/article/20...-1-star-suspended-amid-misconduct-allegations This is apparently never going to end. We've created a monster by ignoring personal conduct until we can't ignore it anymore. All of the self serving arguments about "stresses" and "deployments" ring pretty hollow to me because they all skirt the fundamental failure of an individual to control their own personal wants when they conflict with the demands of fidelity and integrity. I have yet to see a self unzipping fly- they go down by conscious effort and that effort includes deliberately ignoring their promises and obligations to others. I don't know what part of honor and integrity people think stops at their own personal doorstep, but I no longer give a pass to those who can't control their basic urges with no regard to their commitments. We laugh or shake our heads about South Carolina electing Mark Sanford after his self immolation involving his zipper, Anthony Weiner and his text photos, and tut tut about the lack of politicians values but clearly the military has missed the boat on one of the most fundamental of values- personal integrity. The Army has a declared war on fat soldiers- let's declare war on fat heads who think that somehow their inability to control themselves is somehow less debilitating than Sgt Snorkle's inability to control himself in the mess line. Throw this jerk out. Throw out Sinclair and then smoke all of the dishonest, untrustworthy people out there who have proven themselves dishonest in their most fundamental relationships.