New rumblings in the ‘Corps’?
If one looks at Top blogger Ellen Tordesillas's area today one see how a blogger can indeed scoop the rest in getting news out fast… and directly a growing trend in Manila now as has been the trend globally of late.
Blogs are direct and personal. As Ellens blog today seems to be and say that all may not quite as calm as it seems within Fort Bonifacio.
… " June 20, 2006 at 12:25 am
It looks like the rumblings in the Marines, which we were able to have a glimpse at last February 26, have not been effectively quelled. " …
Mil-Pol the military's version of Politics is part and parcel of interaction – spending some time covering the Military or Corporate world or any large group or gathering one sees the difficulties in interaction that often fills these organizations.
Leadership though is what sets the course – I have not been covering that beat for a while so I'm not quite current on the issues and what goes on and do not want to read too much into the resignation than is already out there.
But, the Corps has had being the smaller of the Armed Forces units always been seen as having the most loyal of members. So a resignation over-anything by an officer at that level is something to look into… or at least keep an eye on.