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Conduct Unbecoming: Military Officer Firings

Getting "fired" in the military means something different than it does in civilian world. Military leaders are held to high practical and ethical standards. High-ranking officers can be relieved of duty for infractions ranging from running a ship aground to having an affair, but that doesn't mean they're discharged from the service. We explore the reasons for, and consequences of, the seemingly increased incidence of officers being removed from command in the military.

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