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Boeing Communications Chief Resigns After 33-Year-Old Letter On Women In Combat Surfaces

The following article, Boeing Communications Chief Resigns After 33-Year-Old Letter On Women In Combat Surfaces, was first published on Flag And Cross.

Over 30 years ago, he wrote an article saying women should never serve in combat. Now, because of a triggered employee, he has resigned from his job as communications chief for Boeing.

Cancel culture got him.

From Reuters:

SEATTLE (Reuters) – Boeing Co’s (BA.N) communications chief Niel Golightly abruptly resigned on Thursday, following an employee’s complaint over an article the former U.S. military pilot wrote 33 years ago arguing women should not serve in combat.

His exit leaves Boeing trying to fill the crucial role for the fourth time in less than three years, just as it is battling to shore up its brand after the prolonged safety grounding of its Boeing 737 MAX jetliner.

Continued:

Boeing has touted its strong commitment to improving diversity, though the number of women on its executive council has fallen from five to two since the beginning of 2019, according to Boeing’s annual reports and website.

As a candidate back in 2016, Donald Trump promised to rebuild a military that was heavily depleted when Barack Obama left office. He has done that and so much more.

And he continues to show it.

From Daily Wire:

President Donald Trump announced on Friday that his administration had secured a large pay increase for those serving in the U.S. military, and that the accomplishment was “unprecedented” since this is the third year in a row that the administration has secured such pay increases.

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