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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Air Force General Who Threatened Treason Over A-10 Removed From Post

A-10C Thunderbolt IIAn Air Force general who told hundreds of airmen not to talk to members of Congress about the controversial A-10 attack aircraft or they would face treason has been removed from his position.

Air Force Maj. Gen. James Post III, a two-star vice commander at Air Combat Command (ACC), had been under investigation since he made the comments at a conference in Nevada this January.

A report was compiled by ACC Commander Gen. Hawk Carlisle, who, after dismissing Post from his position within the command, issued him a letter of reprimand.

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