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Navy warship commander lets sailors beat gigantic piñata for stress relief
Nicholas Slayton - Yesterday 2:17 PM
 

It’s a tough time for the Navy. Morale is low. Desertions are up. There have been a string of commanders relieved of duty for vague, unclear reasons summed up as “loss[es] of confidence.” So what’s a commander to do to help keep spirits up on their ship? How about utterly destroying a piñata with a large stick?
 
Capt. Gevry Alota, commander of the USS John P. Murpha, shared the video on Instagram on July 2. Enjoy the

“How do you handle stress? This MEGA piñata was just one creative idea our team came up with. Soooo epic and helpful for many. Mental health needs to be priority!” Alota captioned the video.

 https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/navy-warship-commander-lets-sailors-beat-gigantic-pi%C3%B1ata-for-stress-relief/ar-AAZ9wp8?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=e4751c5293034b55a6bd7b317d7505a7

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This COs career is over.  He has shown far too much creativity for today's woke military. :whistle: :whistle:

Offline PeteS in CA

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Was it a "Let's Go Brandon" piñata?

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