Navy Accidentally Appoints Career Counselor Who Helps Sailors Advance Their Careers
NORFOLK, Va. — The officers and crew of the USS George H.W. Bush were shocked when the aircraft carrier was appointed a Command Career Counselor who wanted to help sailors advance their careers, Duffel Blog has learned.
Navy Counselor Senior Chief Michael Jones has angered several people in the three months he’s been onboard.
"Senior Chief Jones has been working hard as our career counselor,” Command Master Chief John Walsh said, noting that he always does paperwork on time, responds to emails, and even learned the names of the sailors he works with. "This is unacceptable. He disobeyed orders and transferred 12 hard-working sailors off the ship for training and career development. His job is to keep people onboard for as long as possible to ensure our decks remain swept.”
Noting that Jones had actually made her show up to training yesterday, Boatswain’s Mate First Class Amanda Lee was incredulous.
"It’s unbelievable," Lee said. "He told me I had to attend because I was the departmental ca…
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