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September 8, 2019 Topic: Security Blog Brand: The Buzz Tags: MarinesMilitaryTechnologyWorldNavy Seals
The One Area Where the U.S. Marines Dominate the Elite Navy SEALs

Transparency and openness.
by Jared Keller

The Marine Corps' approach to the recent news out of Camp Pendleton shows that being open builds trust with the American public. Trust is exactly what the SEALs need a lot more of right now, and the best way to restore it is by looking to the other sea service's example.​
 

Two services. Two incidents involving service members accused of serious misconduct. Two vastly different approaches to openness and transparency.

When U.S. Special Operations Command announced on Wednesday that a SEAL platoon was being sent home early from Iraq because their commander has lost confidence in them, U.S. military officials did not mention that one of the SEALs had been accused of sexually assaulting a female service member. That was first revealed by New York Times reporter David Phillips about 24 hours later.

https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/one-area-where-us-marines-dominate-elite-navy-seals-78516
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