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Amphibious squadron leaders relieved after harassment complaints


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YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan — The commander and deputy commander of the Navy’s Japan-based amphibious squadron have been relieved of their duties, the Navy announced Sunday.

Amphibious Squadron 11 commander Capt. George Doyon was relieved for mishandling complaints from his staff about harassment from the unit’s deputy commander, Capt. Jeff Oakey, over a yearlong period, a statement from the service said. https://www.stripes.com/news/navy/amphibious-squadron-leaders-relieved-after-harassment-complaints-1.513671

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