Lt. Col. Matthew Dooley was an instructor at the Joint Forces Staff College. Dooley was fired last year as a war college instructor because of his teachings about radical Islam.
Dooley was also up for consideration for command of a combat battalion. A review board, comprised of three generals and two colonels, voted to keep Col. Dooley as a candidate for battalion commander.
The board was overruled by Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, then the Army’s vice chief and now chief of U.S. Central Command. He ordered Dooley’s name removed from the candidates list.
Let's see...criticize Islam and the military brass cans you. Say a Muslim major is a terrorist and get reprimanded for a "job related incident." This can only have one source...can you say...Commander-in Chief?
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