JUST IN: As Trump Gets Ready For WH, U.S. Navy Flips Obama The Bird By Doing THIS


Now that Obama is on his way out and Trump is on his way in America can begin the process of undoing the damage the regime has bestowed upon us. This politically correct garbage that liberals thrive on is about to be just a distant memory. 

Obama has turned our military into a big mess in many ways and the U.S. Navy is taking a stand by dumping a liberal plan to eliminate dozens of job titles for enlisted sailors – some ending in “man” – after thousands complained.


After all, the word MAN is so gosh darn offensive, right? Give me a freaking break.

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Navy Adm. John Richardson, chief of naval operations, said in a statement that the proposed removal of rating titles “was unnecessary and detracted from accomplishing our major goals,” FOX reports.


“We have learned from you, and so effective immediately, all rating names are restored,” Richardson said.

In September, the Navy had said it would shelve hundreds of years of tradition and follow the practice of the other armed services which call enlisted servicemembers by their rank, such as petty officer or sergeant. The Navy has long used more specific titles such as “corpsman” and “chief yeoman,” which are steeped in tradition but difficult for the public to translate or understand.


The initial decision to drop traditional titles and refer to sailors by their rank had signaled a sharp cultural shift for the Navy. Efforts to change titles that ended in “man” also were in response to the Pentagon decision to open all combat jobs to women.

In a memo, Richardson said that modernizing the job ratings or titles was designed to give sailors more flexibility in training and assignments. Switching to names more understandable to the civilian world, Navy leaders argued, would make it easier to get jobs once sailors left the service.

But after hearing angry reactions from thousands of sailors, Richardson said Navy leaders believe they can find a way to provide better job flexibility without dropping the titles.


“Modernizing our industrial-age personnel system in order to provide sailors choice and flexibility still remains a priority for us,” he said. “We will need to tackle the issue of managing rating names.”

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, who pushed the original plan, said at the time that he wanted titles to better convey the job a sailor is doing.

For example, few civilians know what a hospital corpsman does, Mabus said in June. A corpsman could be called a medic or an emergency medical technician, much like “messman” was previously changed to culinary specialist, he added.

Culinary specialist? LMAO man that is absolutely RIDICULOUS!

Sailors opposing the decision launched a White House petition and gained some support from Capitol Hill. They said that while they liked the idea of more flexibility, they wanted to hold onto their traditional titles.

What is this “flexibility” crap anyways?

Sounds like a liberal thing to me.

If Obama had his way our military members would all be running around in rainbow colored tu-tu’s and pink stilettos.

But alas, we have a real man coming in as our Commander-In-Chief and order will be restored.

January 20th can’t come soon enough.



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