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Colonel Fired For Losing Machine Gun, Grenades Headed To Air Force Special Operations Command | Task & Purpose

Colonel Fired For Losing Machine Gun, Grenades Headed To Air Force Special Operations Command | Task & Purpose

In what can only be described as “failing up,” a colonel who was fired after his security forces airmen unit lost a machine gun and grenades while guarding nuclear missiles is headed to a new job at Air Force Special Operations Command.

Col. Jason Beers has been assigned as chief of the installations division at AFSOC headquarters, said AFSOC spokeswoman Capt. Amanda Farr. His job will include managing funding for security forces and civil engineers and implanting policy for the installations division.

When asked why Beers is taking on this new post after being relieved of command, Farr replied: “We are fully confident in the colonel’s ability to manage our security forces and civil engineer programs for the command.”

Task & Purpose was unable to contact Beers for comment by deadline on Friday.

Source: Colonel Fired For Losing Machine Gun, Grenades Headed To Air Force Special Operations Command