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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Sunday, April 18, 2021

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Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly shares his opinion on why there have been so many scandals recently involving Navy SEALs. These include high-profile cases such as the hotly debated war crimes of Chief Petty Officer Gallagher, sexual misconduct, and drug use. Modly believes their actions are a result of being asked “to do extremely hard, stressful and dangerous jobs for 20 years.” The chief of naval operations also released a statement, claiming that everyone makes mistakes, but they need to be examined and not just pushed to the side.

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