MP3: Army Chief video puts it bluntly: if you think it's okay to demean women, get out of the Army

13.06.2013

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Army Chief video puts it bluntly: if you think it\'s okay to demean women, get out of the Army MP3

The Chief of Army Lt General David Morrison has recorded a special message to Army personnel which was published on his Army homepage last night after revelations that Senior Army officers are among the more than 100 personnel under investigation by Army and the police involving explicit and inappropriate emails and pictures that demean women. The Lieutenant General says he'll be ruthless in weeding out personnel who... Source: abc.net.au

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