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Sat Sep 29, 2018, 08:30 PM

1. Thank you for sharing your story.

If you're human, you make mistakes.

The test is, do you learn from your mistakes?

Not being that familiar with either the rules of your service or the UCMJ, what was your obligation in that incident?

Were you really expected to chase down your skeevy colleague and dress him down? Was that related to your rank and the reporting structure you were subject to at the time?

In general, my awareness of how military units function is that individuals in service are not expected to mete out summary ass-chewings unless they are officers or noncoms dealing with subordinates reporting directly to them.

So I'm assuming it was your failure to report that you were being gigged on. And possibly your failure to ask your colleague who was the injured party, whether you could assist her, right there and then, in reporting the incident herself, as well?

Did you ever discuss the matter with her later? Or apologize, formally or informally?


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