Hero or Traitor?

Last Friday, the crew of aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt cheered the heroic actions of their reassigned Captain Brett Crozier as he disembarked the ship.

Last week Captain Brett Crozier, commander of the aircraft carrier was fired after a four page memo he had sent to Navy leaders was leaked. He urged the speedy evacuation of his ship of nearly 4,000 plus sailors as the coronavirus was spreading though the ranks. He pleaded “We are not at war. Sailors do not need to die. If we do not act now, we are failing to properly take care of our most trusted asset: our Sailors,” At that time 155 sailors from the Roosevelt had tested positive for Covid-19. Now we learn that Captain Crozier himself has tested positive for the virus and is currently quarantined.

The decision to remove Crozier from his post by made by Acting Secretary of the Navy, Thomas Modly, He explained his decision to Crozier’s crew “If he didn’t think, in my opinion, that this information wasn’t going to get out to the public, in this day and information age that we live in, then he was either too naive or too stupid to be a commanding officer of a ship like this,” Modly said. “The alternative is that he did this on purpose.”

“It was a betrayal.” Modly continued, “And I can tell you one other thing: because he did that he put it in the public’s forum and it is now a big controversy in Washington, DC,” Modly revealed how strongly presidential politics had played in his actions. “I didn’t want to get into a decision where the president would feel that he had to intervene because the Navy couldn’t be decisive,”

It is claimed by Modly that Crozier was relieved of duty due to a loss of confidence and failure to adhere to the chain of command. Chief of Naval Operations, Adm. Mike Gilday requested that a formal investigation be conducted but his request was overridden. The term “betrayal” is serious military accusation because it could used as the basis of a future court martial offense ending Captain Crozier’s brilliant career in shame and humiliation.

Captain Brett Crozier

Captain Brett Crozier was born on a Tuesday in the zodiac sign of Pisces. This makes Mars the ruler of his INNER self and either or Jupiter or Neptune the ruler of his OUTER Self. Individuals with the #36 MAR PIS Signature enjoy directing their personal energy into forceful outlets with the hope of achieving various sorts of emotional or spiritual satisfaction.

Those born on Tuesdays are meant to be active. Their physical build tends to be lean and muscular as long as they stay on the move. Athletic events and the military exercises hold great appeal. Tuesday’s children have a strong “fighter” or “defender” nature. Their natural responses are fast and physical, so good judgment must be developed to keep them out of trouble.

Pisces folks experience a wide range of emotional states ranging all the way from depression to elation. The role of ‘victim’ may be experienced until they get tired of being kicked around. They often play the part of loyal follower or dedicated server until they discover their true purpose. After that they inspire others to follow their own paths sometimes to their own detriment.

The motivations of a Pisces depends depend very much upon their concerns. Of course, some natives of this sign can be insecure and selfish, but the majority can be counted upon to act selflessly when the occasion calls. Unlike any other signature, a #36 TUE PIS individual can be courageous and compassionate at the same time. It’s their unique gift.

UPDATE: Over the weekend Congressmen Ted Wl Lieu (D-CA) and Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) called for an investigation as to whether Thomas Modly had acted inappropriate in relieving Captain Cozier of his commission. They followed up with a letter to Secretary of Defense Mark Esper calling for Modly to be fired. On Monday, April 7, Modly promptly resigned from his position, Captain Crozier will remain in the navy as a fine MARS military figure.

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