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How tough lessons shaped the new MCPON

from Navy Times

Steven Giordano was a superstar first class petty officer when a lapse in judgment nearly scuttled his military career. It was 1996 when the seven-year cryptologic tech and qualified submariner was taken to mast, the Navy's nonjudicial punishment process where a commanding officer rules on disciplinary matters. "I had an inappropriate relationship with a junior sailor who was married, and I was wrong," Giordano, the Navy's new top enlisted sailor, recalled in an interview with Navy Times. "I took ownership of my actions then and accepted the discipline I was given at captain’s mast — losing a stripe and having to spend the next four years again as a second class." more


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