They did that on every ship I was ever on, right before I got there, and then never again.As part of their punishment on the float a friend of mine described, the guilty females had to wear reflective vests with the letter A on them.
Like I said, they crucified the Marine (male) in the situation I described above. He was sent home from the deployment, later divorced/forced out of the Corps...ect... the woman play the p card. So it's mostly the selective enforcement of the UCMJ by sex that is a major issue.Promoting adultery is one of the tenants of modern feminism, because marriage is oppressive and people (especially women) should be free to pursue their passions without any moral constraints. The purpose of the US military is to enforce neoliberal luciferian values on the rest of the world, so it's no surprise that they condone adultery in their ranks.
Just heard something announced through DoD contacts today. There will be a mandatory one day stand down to discuss extremism in the ranks. The SECDEF will make an appearance. All other meetings and priorities are cancelled for the day aside from pre-approved shift work or sick leave etc. There will be breakout sessions and mandatory fun throughout the day for all services.
The best part? It's scheduled for April 1st - April fools day. Maybe we have a forum member working staff at the Pentagon?
On a serious note, we've seen this movie before. In the mid nineties they went on a witch hunt looking for white supremacists after a black civilian couple was murdered in Fayetteville, NC by some 82nd airborne soldiers. Those soldiers were prosecuted, sensitivity training was held for everyone else, but that wasn't enough.
The whole US military was examined. While they didn't find many klansmen or neo-nazis, along the way while surveying the troops, everyone said "Yeah, uh, not so sure about that, but are you interested in the bloods and crips living in my barracks? We got plenty of them around."
Of course, they never followed up on any of that - didn't fit the template.