We were falling a bit behind the record pace there for a while, but at last, a challenger appears:
For the 19th time this year, the Navy has fired a commanding officer.
(The captain), who led the Bahrain-based Task Force 53, was relieved Monday for loss of confidence in his ability to command by Vice Adm. Mark Fox, head of Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command, according to a Navy release.
An investigation into alleged inappropriate conduct is ongoing, according to the release.
Note to commanding officers: The Klingon Navy was equipped with cloaking devices. The US Navy is not.