Former Blue Angels commander faces sexual misconduct allegations

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SAN DIEGO, CA – Former Navy Blue Angels Commander Gregory McWherter is accused of allowing his team to engage in sexually explicit behavior that violated the military’s policy on sexual harassment.

In a complaint filed against McWherter, the atmosphere is said to be full of sexually explicit speech, an open display of pornography and jokes about sexual orientation.

Now the Navy is investigating McWherter for promoting a hostile work environment and tolerating sexual harassment. His wings have been clipped and he’s been reassigned.

So there may be an opening in the esteemed Blue Angels.

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