The Navy has fired five senior leaders so far in August – and the month isn't even over.

While the sea service is famous for instilling in officers that they are responsible for any wrongdoing by their sailors – whether they are aware of the infractions or not – the recent rash of firings is a lot, even for the Navy.

A Navy spokesman said there is no connection between any of the five officers relieved of command, adding that each relief is looked at separately.

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Lt. Gen. Bradley Becker. (Army photo.)

The head of Army Installation Management Command has been fired amid an ongoing investigation, the Army confirmed on Thursday.

Lt. Gen. Bradley Becker was relieved of command "due to a loss of trust and confidence in his ability to command," Army Times reporter Kyle Rempfer first reported.

The Department of the Army is conducting an ongoing investigation into Becker, service spokesman Cynthia Smith told Task & Purpose.

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Lt. Col. Francisco Zavala (Photo: US Marine Corps)

A senior Marine commander has been removed from command of the California-based 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, Marine officials said in a news release late Tuesday evening.

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U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Scott Schmidt

Lt. Col. Jennifer Grieves, the first woman to command the presidential helicopter Marine One in 2009, has been fired from her post as a squadron C.O. after failing to report her off-duty arrest for assault to her superiors.

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