The Virginian-Pilot’s continuing coverage of CAPT Owen Honors’ show cause for retention Board of Inquiry highlights testimony from various officers in support of the former CO and Big E XO, article here. Government counsel, XO of RLSO Norfolk CDR Mike Luken, called no witnesses. But I’d say the final paragraph of the article shows the government presented a credible case. The story reports that as the panel “wrapped up his questioning of Honors, Rear Adm. Brian C. Prindle said, ‘I never heard you say unequivocally, ‘I was wrong.'”
Marine Corps Times reports, here, that several Marines are facing court-martial or NJP in the suicide of a Marine after an alleged hazing incident in Afghanistan.
Continuing SPC Aaron Rentfrow court-martial coverage, here, from the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. The story connects the dots on the panel size and non-capital nature of the case, yesterday’s slip here.