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Lessons in Secrets Management from a Navy SEAL

Good insights from these two paragraphs about the retired Rear Admiral Losey saga:

Speaking under oath inside the Naval Base San Diego courtroom, Little said that Losey was so scared of being recorded or followed that when the session wrapped up, the SEAL told the Navy investigator to leave first, so he couldn’t identify the car he drove or trace a path back to his home.

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…he retaliated against subordinates during a crusade to find the person who turned him in for minor travel expense violations.

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