Major General of the U.S. Army was dismissed for top-secret duties or blasted at her superiors.

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 Major General of the U.S. Army was dismissed for top-secret duties or blasted at her superiors.


Reference News Network reported on June 14 that a female Major General with outstanding experience in the U.S. military recently was suspected of being dismissed for improper speech and behavior.

Major General Dawn Dunlop, head of the Office of the Special Access Program Center of the U.S. Department of Defense, was abruptly dismissed recently and began to be investigated by the surveillance department, according to the Air Force Times website on June 11.

Pentagon spokesman Mike Andrews confirmed that Dawn Dunlop is no longer in his original position and is temporarily serving as a special assistant to the deputy chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force. U.S. media also learned that a number of Dunlops findings convinced the Pentagon leadership that she should be removed from office and retired from active service.

US media said it was not clear why Dunlop was dismissed. But according to a source who worked with her, she created a toxic atmosphere in her work. For example, Dunlop used to call high-ranking US military officers and their superiors as idiots and shout at them when talking to officers of the Army and Air Force. It is reported that on May 31, Dunlop lost his temper when he met with a senior civilian officer of the Air Force. Later, the official complained to the Pentagon about Dunlop, which led directly to her dismissal.

American media commented that Dunlop was a pioneering female fighter pilot, with 3,500 hours of flight records and many fights, and had participated in the F-22 fighter flight test. Previously, the Special Access Project Center, which she served as, was considered to be the highest-level Security Department of the U.S. military, overseeing some of the cutting-edge military scientific research projects. (Compiler/Vernon)

DATA FIGURE: Major General Dawn Dunlop of the US Air Force poses with F-22 fighters.

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