There is much more to what is going on than this one story indicates.  Please read the second article to get a grasp of what is being done to our military.

Lt. Col. Craig Perry and his wife, Caroline, attended the Military Training Instructor Association honors banquet in October.

Lt. Col. Craig Perry and his wife, Caroline, involved themselves in the personal lives of airmen and families at their new command, a leadership approach encouraged from the top down to help identify those in need.

A month after Perry took the helm of a support squadron sustaining basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in July, Caroline revived the languishing Key Spouse Program to reach out to families in her husband’s unit. She delivered baby gifts to first-time parents, cooked lunches for flight members and welcomed an airman alone during the holidays into their home.

But what the Perrys considered acts of kindness expected of commanders, investigators called favoritism and fraternization.

A January command-directed investigation report obtained by Air Force Times concluded Perry engaged in unprofessional relationships with enlisted members in his organization. He was relieved of command of the 737th Training Support Squadron on March 27 and issued a letter of reprimand.

Col. Mark Camerer, commander of the 37th Training Wing, said in an email statement he lost confidence in Perry’s ability to lead the squadron.

Once a standout officer on track for promotion to colonel, Perry has little hope of salvaging his career.

Whether he is being treated fairly is a matter of debate.

Perry may not have intentionally had unprofessional relationships or shown favoritism, the report said. Some applauded Perry’s fairness and others recalled favoritism.

“If you’re going to be relieved for things like favoritism, it should be a clear-cut case. They do not sound like clear-cut cases to me,” a retired officer told Air Force Times.

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First-time commander

Perry briefly taught high school math in his native San Antonio after graduating from Brown University at the top of his class. He was commissioned in the Air Force in 1994, following in the footsteps of his grandfathers, who were combat pilots.

He spent much of his nearly two-decade career overseas as an intelligence officer, earning a master’s degree in Russia through the Olmsted Scholar Program. He was looking forward to commanding an operational unit in his career field last summer when he was handpicked to help lead one of nine basic military training squadrons in the wake of a sexual misconduct scandal that made headlines around the country.

“When he heard he was being put in charge of a BMT squadron instead, he was a little concerned, since he wasn’t all that familiar with enlisted basic training,” Caroline said in an email. “But he knew Air Force leadership wouldn’t have selected him for this opportunity if they didn’t think he was up to the challenge — and besides, he was excited to tackle this critical mission.”

The new assignment also returned the Perrys to their hometown where they would be close to family and friends, she said.

When no one from the squadron or the 737th Training Group reached out with a welcome during Perry’s first month on the job, Caroline said she made it her mission to resuscitate the Air Force-sanctioned Key Spouse Program within the unit. The program provides an extra layer of support for airmen and encourages interaction among families — two of Perry’s top priorities when he took command of the squadron.


then there is this:


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According to an article by Todd Starnes, the USAF colonel commanding basic training at Lackland Air Force Base (San Antonio), a lesbian, has created an environment of intimidation by ordering some of her subordinates to publicly express their position on gay marriage, and announce to others their religious preferences.

Apparently, this issue began after Colonel Deborah J. Liddick assumed command of the Air Force Basic Military Training Unit, 737th Training Group at Lackland and came to light after Senior Master Sergeant Philip Monk, a 19-year veteran of the USAF reported that he refused to tell the lesbian commander his personal opinion about queer marriages. Senior Master Sergeant Monk disagreed with Colonel Liddick when she wanted to reprimand a new instructor who had expressed objections to homosexuality based on his religious teachings. Monk then stated that he was relieved of his duties when he also refused to tell Colonel Liddick his personal opinion about gay marriage.

Entering the equation now is a local pastor, who has stated that at least 80 airmen from Lackland have attended a private meeting at the Village Parkway Baptist Church where they voiced their concerns about religious hostilities at the Air Force Base. “It was a standing room only crowd,” said Rev. Steve Branson.

“There is an atmosphere of intimidation at Lackland Air Force Base. Gay commanders and officers are pushing their agenda on the airmen. It is a culture of fear in the military and it’s gone of a new level with the issue of homosexuality. It is getting worse every day. While gay and lesbian airmen can talk openly about their lifestyle, everyone else has to remain quiet about what they believe.”

Meanwhile, Senior Master Sergeant Monk, who has a spotless record after 19 years of active duty military service, has filed a religious discrimination complaint against the Air Force. When he appeared before a meeting to discuss the complaint, Air Force officials gave Monk his Miranda warning and charged him with “making false statements.” Senior Master Sergeant Monk now faces a potential court-martial.

So far, Senior Master Sergeant Monk is the only airman willing to go on the record about the travesty under Colonel Liddick’s command, but no one is intimidated speaking off the record. The problem is that other airmen know that they too will face court-martial for coming forward with the truth of Colonel Liddick’s anti-Christian, pro-homosexual agenda. She is reported to have informed one airman, “Even thinking that homosexuality is a sin is an act of discrimination and punishable under the Uniform Code of Military Justice,” said Pastor Branson.


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Think I saw where she burned more jet fuel and spent more money in her 4 years than any other SOS. 

Well, that is two... One more than I requested.

That should be enough to get her elected?
Thank you, Judy.

Obama is destroying our Nation and our Military.   God Help US All

Does anyone remember the term "fragging" from the Vietnam times?  That would probably end the debate.

These situation lifestyles are removing our freedoms by their radical agendas! If they just want to be left alone in their own choices then what problem? But they want to force all to believe what they do, which is fully against our Constitutional rights! It seems they do not care as long as they get THEIR WAY! Is this not a form of treason against other Americans?

She is violating military code and should be immediately removed from her post! She wants to force others to favor her alternate lifestyle! It is fully against their eights and against all Americans!

Problem is that Hussein/Holder/Hagel et al have changed the military code....she is in the right now, all of us who disagree with their alternate lifestyle...are now in the wrong....why so many American Patriots on active duty have been cut off....anyone who disagrees...Flags all the way down...especially the Officer corps all branches.....GONE!!

...and so Obama's military goes on parade......




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CNN’s Anderson Cooper said during an interview with Univision anchor Jorge Ramos that he found the demographic decline of white people “exciting”.

“The idea that, you know, whites will not be the majority, I mean, that’s — it’s an exciting transformation of the country, it’s an exciting evolution and you know, progress of our country in many different ways,” said Cooper.

Ramos agreed that whites becoming a minority in America was inevitable and a positive development.

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Anderson Cooper barely able to contain his excitement about Whites becoming a minority.

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“There’s nothing really they can do against this incredible demographic revolution. And in 2044, everyone is going to be a minority,” he said.

The media has repeatedly asserted that even raising the “conspiracy theory” of “the great replacement” or the demographic decline of white people puts you on a par with mass shooters and terrorists.

However, it’s apparently completely fine to talk about the issue so long as you proclaim the demographic decline of whites to be a positive thing.

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