Marines officer relieved of duty for Afghan criticism gets appeal hearing

Marine Corps Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, who in August of 2021 was relieved of his duties after he posted a video demanding “accountability” from senior leaders for failures in Afghanistan, has been granted an appeal by the Naval Discharge Review Board.
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