Examining Collisions at Sea, Part II

via U.S. Naval Institute, Proceedings Magazine 

CAPT. Eyer’s (USN, Retired) insight is recommended reading for Navy veterans and military professionals about failures throughout the organizational structure.   It is not the “stand-down”  and the bandaid as the Navy rushes in to fix this that is required.  It should be long-term, lasting institutional changes.  How many times will the services go through loss of life, damage and loss of equipment, scandals and loss of prestige?   When politicians and bureaucrats at the highest levels wanted to adapt corporate practices, social experimentation, and project power with unclear objectives, the military culture suffers.

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