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Once an inspirational figure in the Navy, chief loses anchors

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Because he committed adultery and carried on an “unduly familiar” personal and sexual relationship with a junior sailor assigned to his command, a Navy chief lost his anchors last week, according to military officials and legal filings.

On Thursday, a military judge busted Chief Yeoman Timothy P. Vaughn down to E-5 and sentenced him to 60 days behind bars, Navy Region Northwest spokesman Joe Kubistek said. https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-navy/2019/09/10/once-an-inspirational-figure-in-the-navy-chief-loses-anchors/

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