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    2 More Commanding Military Officials Suspended Following Dismissal of Generals

    [WATCH] Two More Commanding Military Officials Suspended Pending Investigation Following Dismissal of Generals

    Posted by: Rick Wells Posted date: October 18, 2013 In: Blog Posts, News, Videos



    The Army Times reports that two more high ranking military members, each with impressive resumes and service records, have been suspended from command duties during an ongoing investigation. That’s eleven this year, either suspended or dismissed, and it’s only October.

    No reason for the action was given other than “it is not related to criminal misconduct.”

    Have there been new “rules of engagement” for command issued? Are the players of old not melding with the rules of today?

    The latest to ride the bench are both members of the Army’s 143rdExpeditionary Sustainment Command, deployed to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. One, Brig. Gen. Bryan W. Wampler, was the commanding general and the other, Command Sgt. Maj. Don b. Jordan, was the senior enlisted man. Major Thomas Campbell, spokesman for the 1st Theater Sustainment Command announced the suspensions effective October 10th.

    This comes on the heels of the firing of two of the generals who were guarding and securing our nuclear weapons. (see video below)

    Campbell declined to comment on the ongoing investigation, other than his comment as to it not being related to any criminal misconduct.

    Something doesn’t seem quite right here. If there is no criminal investigation, then what are they investigating? Are they guilty of insensitivity to their pampered enemy, or some other insignificant violation? If the supposed offense is minimal, then why destroy the career and life of a loyal and capable member of the armed forces?

    With all of the recent military firings, there is a great deal of speculation of there being an intentional replacement of leadership, based upon new criteria, established by the Hussein Obama regime.

    The discussion centers around the existence and failure to pass a possible “litmus test” question of whether the service member would obey direct orders to fire on American citizens, in violation of their oath to the Constitution. Perhaps that kind of non-criminal misconduct is offensive in the new army and enough to get you relieved of duty.

    The Uniform Code of Military Justice provides the following protections to military officers:

    “804 ARTICLE 4. DISMISSED OFFICER’S RIGHT TO TRIAL BY COURT-MARTIAL
    01. General Provisions
    (a) If any commissioned officer, dismissed by order of the president, makes a written application for trial by court-martial setting forth under oath, that he has been wrongfully dismissed, the President, as soon as practicable, shall convene a general court-martial to try that officer on the charges on which he was dismissed.”
    I would love to see one of these guys take the Hussein Obama regime on and demand a trial for the supposed transgressions, calling witnesses and exposing any impropriety on the part of those responsible.

    That would take an extreme amount of courage and dedication and it might be more than one could be expected to voluntarily walk into, but if it were done, I can see the tremendous amount of heat being brought to bear on the villainous players in the matchup between patriot and despot.

    Given the value that many of these dismissed leaders put upon honor, I would not be surprised to learn that an application is already in the mail.

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    143rd ESC command team suspended pending investigation

    Oct. 14, 2013 - 06:00AM | 27 Comments





    Brig. Gen. Bryan W. Wampler and Command Sgt. Maj. Don B. Jordan ()



    By Michelle Tan

    Staff writer

    The top officer and enlisted soldier for the 143rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command have been temporarily suspended, officials announced Monday.
    Brig. Gen. Bryan W. Wampler, the commanding general, and Command Sgt. Maj. Don B. Jordan were suspended Oct. 10 pending an ongoing investigation, said Maj. Thomas Campbell, a spokesman for the 1st Theater Sustainment Command.
    The 143rd ESC falls under the 1st TSC.
    Campbell said he could not discuss the ongoing investigation, but he did say it is not related to any criminal misconduct.
    The 143rd is currently deployed to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Wampler took command of the 143rd in January, according to his bio on the Army Reserve website.
    As of Monday, Wampler and Jordan remained in Kuwait, Campbell said.
    Col. Christopher P. Govekar, the 143rd’s deputy commander, has temporarily assumed duties as the commander of the unit, Campbell said.
    “There will not be any impact to the soldiers, families and civilian workforce of the 143rd ESC,” Campbell said. “The command’s current mission within the United States and abroad remains unaffected by this development.”
    Wampler has served more than 27 years as a commissioned officer, according to his Army Reserve bio. He has commanded at various levels, and most recently served as commander of the 78th Training Division.
    Jordan, who enlisted in the Army in 1982, has served as an airborne infantry rifle team leader and squad leader, a senior drill sergeant, a first sergeant, and as command sergeant major at the battalion and brigade levels, according to his Army Reserve bio. His deployments include tours in Afghanistan and Djibouti, Africa.
    Jordan also served with Wampler at the 78th Training Division.
    About 150 soldiers from the 143rd headquarters, based in Orlando, Fla., deployed to Kuwait in August in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, said Master Sgt. Patrick Compton, the rear-detachment spokesman. The soldiers left Florida in June to train at Fort Hood, Texas, before going overseas, he said.
    While deployed, the 143rd is responsible for maintaining and managing logistical operations, such as quartermaster and transportation functions, in their area of operations, Compton said.
    Stateside, the 143rd has command and control of more than 110 units and approximately 10,000 soldiers throughout 10 states in the southeastern United States, according to its Facebook page.
    The 143rd executes mission command of sustainment units in order to plan, coordinate and lead operational sustainment, theater distribution management and redeployment of forces in support of ongoing operations and coalition forces, according to the unit website.

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    They appear to working down through the ranks.
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