The total now stands at eleven. The Army Times reports that two more high ranking military members, each with impressive resumes and service records, have now been relieved of their command duties. That’s eleven this year, and it’s only October.
No reason for the action was given by the Hussein Obama regime 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? If they won’t play ball with Hussein Obama, do they get booted from the roster, traded for a player who will? We should take some serious looks at the “new teammates in charge.”
The latest to bite the dust are both members of the Army’s 143rd Expeditionary 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)
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report August 13, 2013, 8:44 AM (IDT)
US and Jordanian special forces
Chairman of the US Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey arrived in Israel Monday, Aug. 12 for critical talks with Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Defense minister Moshe Ya’alon and Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz, followed by parallel talks in Jordan. debkafile reports he has come to lay the ground ahead of President Barack Obama’s final decision to embark on limited US military intervention in the Syria civil war.
The Obama plan, if it goes forward, would involve Saudi Arabia, Emirates, Israel, Jordan and possibly Turkey. debkafile’s Washington and military sources reveal its 11 high points – most of which were first reported exclusively in DEBKA Weekly 598 on Aug. 1:
1. US, British, French, Saudi and United Arab Emirates will establish a no-fly zone over central and southern Syria, stretching from the Jordanian-Israeli borders up to and including Damascus.
2. The Israeli Air Force will provide these forces with air cover from Syrian air space.
3. A 40-kilometer deep military buffer zone will be drawn from the Jordanian-Israeli borders up to the southern and western outskirts of Damascus. The military units controlling this zone will hold the entire area of the capital within artillery range.
4. The southern Syrian town of Deraa, where the Syrian uprising sprang up, will be declared capital of Liberated Syria.
More here: http://www.debka.com/article/23191/Dempsey-in-Israel-Jordan-to-tie-last-ends-before-Obama-decides-finally-on-US-military-action-in-Syria