Tue, Apr 27, 2004
Pentagon Cites "Personal Misconduct"
Rear Adm. George E. Mayer, Chief of Naval Air Training (USN),
has relieved Capt. Chaunce Mitchell, commander, Training Air Wing
(TW) 6 (below, at podium), of command due to a "loss of confidence
in his ability to command."
Mitchell, who commanded TW-6 since March 7, 2001, was relieved
April 23 by Mayer following non-judicial punishment proceedings for
Capt. Lee Little, who was originally scheduled to take command
May 13, assumed command of TW-6 April 23. Mitchell's future
assignment has yet to be determined.
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