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The Navy has named a female president of the U.S. Naval War College for the first time in its history just days after ousting her predecessor amid allegations of excess spending and inappropriate behavior.

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The president of the U.S. Naval War College has been reassigned amid an investigation into excessive spending and inappropriate behavior that allegedly included drinking on the job and invitations for "free hugs" and games of Twister in his office.

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Secretary of Defense James Mattis may be the hardest working man in the federal government at the moment. Between juggling the ever-changing orders from his boss on joint military exercises with South Korea and assisting the Department of Homeland Security with its current migrant issues, the former Marine Corps general still finds ways to stay humble amid the chaos that is his day job. So it's no surprise that, every once in a while, the Warrior Monk of Washington needs a good, stiff drink.

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Remember the other day we were arguing about whether male and female military commanders are judged differently? Well, here is some data. Researchers from the Naval War College and the Naval Academy have sifted through 81,000 evaluations of 4,000 officers.

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