“Drunker than 10,000 Indians” comment sees US General resign

Major General Michael Keltz

Major General Michael Keltz

How Russia and China and almost every other nation’s military must laugh when they see what is happening in the US. Here is one of the most stark examples ever to demonstrate that not only is the Obama administration white anting the US as a whole, it is specifically targeting old school military officers.

A US Air Force general has been forced to step down over his “inappropriate comment” at a disciplinary hearing. He studied a photo showing two officers, describing them as “drunker than 10,000 Indians.”

“I inadvertently made an unfortunate comment, I own it, and I hold myself accountable to the same high standards my subordinate commanders are held to,” Major General Michael Keltz said in a statement.

“As a result, I have tendered my resignation from command and requested to retire from service,” he added.

Keltz was the commander of 19th Air Force, which has over 35,000 military personnel, 1,600 aircraft in 19 units across the US, according to mid-2000s estimates.

Keltz is a decorated combat pilot who headed operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was appointed as the chief of the 19th Air Force last October.

Air Education and Training Command announced Keltz’s resignation on April 30, stating the cause was an “inappropriate comment” online, the Air Force Times said.

Whaat an utter disgrace and I just cannot believe that the US has sunk to this level. Its what happens when Progressives get control.

2 thoughts on ““Drunker than 10,000 Indians” comment sees US General resign

  1. So say your sorry and move on

    I mean it is not like he was actually doing anything physical like say, pulling a pony tail.


  2. “The purge of the Red Army and Military Maritime Fleet removed three of five marshals (then equivalent to five-star generals), 13 of 15 army commanders (then equivalent to three- and four-star generals), eight of nine admirals (the purge fell heavily on the Navy, who were suspected of exploiting their opportunities for foreign contacts),[29] 50 of 57 army corps commanders, 154 out of 186 division commanders, 16 of 16 army commissars, and 25 of 28 army corps commissars.”


    How many other US high ranking military officers have been removed lately?


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