Marine Corps commander relieved of his duties

SAN DIEGO – A commander of a Marine Corps fighter attack squadron is dismissed because of a loss of confidence in his abilities.

Lt.-Col. Wade Workman was relieved of his duties Wednesday as commander of the Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 232 based at Air Station Miramar in San Diego.

Maj. Gen. Mark Way, said in a statement the decision is based on issues related to the squadron command climate. Wise is the commander of the Marine Corps’ 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing.

The Corps is not free details and did not respond to questions asking for more information.

Workman graduated in 1997 from the United States Naval Academy with a degree in computer science. He is a Marine pilot for almost 20 years, according to his LinkedIn page.

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