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Top US Navy leader resigns amid misconduct probe

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Don't they mean "He is retiring?" 🤨

Washington (CNN)The US Navy's top enlisted leader announced Thursday he is resigning "to avoid any distraction," as an inspector general investigates allegations that he "fostered a hostile work environment."

In a letter posted to the US Navy Facebook page, Master Chief Petty Officer Steven Giordano informed sailors that he will "step aside" and submit a retirement request "in order to allow ... our sailors to continue to move forward with the initiatives we have begun." https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/21/politics/us-navy-leader-steps-down-ig-investigation/index.html

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