I just posted on the sudden removal of the Navy's Mid-Atlantic Commander, who had only been in that position since July 2013. YET he was awarded the
top Legion of Merit award. Had he been involved in the Atlantic dumping of the "stolen nukes"? He obviously did something above-and-beyond to be
awarded the Legion of Merit for only being on the job less than a year and a half.
Then there was THIS from August 17, 2014:
(8/17/2014) COMMANDER OF NORFOLK SUBMARINE FIRED AFTER ARREST
"The commander of the Norfolk-based attack submarine Newport News was fired from his position Friday, less than a week after being arrested in
Chesapeake on a domestic assault charge. Chesapeake police spokeswoman Kelly O'Sullivan said Cmdr. Christopher Tarsa was arrested at his home early
Sunday morning after police received a call of "a domestic nature" Saturday night.
"Police would not disclose the identity of the caller or the caller's relation to the incident. Tarsa's arrest was reported Friday by the Navy Times,
citing a Navy document." (A Navy document? Not the police report?)
"Tarsa, 41, took command of the Newport News last August. He has served aboard a number of submarines during his nearly 20-year career, including as
executive officer of the ballistic missile submarine Tennessee, from 2008 to 2010."
(NOTE: Do these sound like trumped up charges, or what? Was THIS the heroic officer whose submarine dumped the rogue nukes in the Atlantic, before
they blew up in the Carolinas? Or did he take over the "Newport News" as pre-loaded with the nukes, and transported them down the coast according to
Black Ops plans?)
(8/3/2013) COMMANDER TARSA RELIEVES HARTSFIELD AS "NEWPORT NEWS" COMMANDING OFFICER
"Tarsa is a native of Adams, Mass. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Systems Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1995. Following
commissioning, he COMPLETED NUCLEAR POWER TRAINING in Orlando, Fla., and Ballston Spa, N.Y.
"Newport News's sustained superior performance while on deployment, and during her ENGINEERED OVERHAUL FOR THE PAST 20 MONTHS have set the standards
for the fleet."
(NOTE: So this Submarine Commander - with nuclear power training - is put in as Commander of the Norfolk-based "Newport News" just a few months before
the nuke-dumping episode off the Atlantic coast of the Carolinas. And he took command of a sub that had just spent 20 months in engineered overhaul.
Were the rogue-nukes loaded during the overhaul?
(Did he transport them to the Carolinas per Black Ops orders? Or did he dump them in the Atlantic on Oct. 8, 2013 against Black Ops orders?
Commander Tarsa, like the Rear Admiral in my last post, were assigned to the Navy's Mid-Atlantic Region for only around a year, and were on-the-job on
Oct. 8, 2013. Yet the Rear Admiral had a Change of Command Ceremony, and was awarded the Legion of Merit - and Commander Tarsa got the shaft ...)
(To me, this certainly looks like continued fallout from the "3 stolen nuke" episode last October 2013, with the rogue officers who saved this country
continuing to get fired on trumped-up charges. And "someone" in the top Navy Command was shuffling key people into the Navy's Mid-Atlantic Region
last July and August 2013. Although I still don't know if Smith and Tarsa were part of the Black Ops Nuke Plan - or serving the other side that
heroically dumped the nukes in the Atlantic.)
edit on 6-10-2014 by MKMoniker because: typos
edit on 6-10-2014 by MKMoniker because: add content, clarification