For blue suiters past and present, the selection of the next Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force is an important barometer. By choosing a new CMSAF, the service's Chief of Staff sends an important message about his views on the enlisted force, and how it will be represented in the years to come.
On Friday, Chief Master Sergeant James Roy was named as the 16th CMSAF of the Air Force. He will take office next month, following the retirement of his predecessor, CMSAF Rodney McKinley. Chief Roy has something of a non-traditional background for his new job, as we detail for Examiner.com.
"Roy has a background which might be consistent with someone who would hold secret Communist Party membership"
Thank you for convincing me that the decline of Western Civilization really got started when dueling was outlawed.
Why did this bring the crazies out??? I mean, I, if anybody, can no longer tolerate...but this is out there.
Shancken fits somewhere along the scale between “paranoid personality disorder” and “delusional paranoid disorder”… probably more to the latter than former given the fixation on perceived Communist plots and conspiracies.
"Crazy is accepting as truthful overtures of peace from those who have worked for your destruction for decades, killing 150 million people along the way, including a U.S. president."
Which President would that be?
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