I posted a while back about an ongoing issue with the dog-handling unit in Bahrain.
Here’s an update from NPR Youth Radio.
Since then, a Navy officer familiar with the case has told NPR that the report recommended courts-martial for both Toussaint and another noncommissioned officer from the unit. The recommendation for courts-martial was never followed. Instead, the case was closed, and Toussaint received a "non-punitive letter of caution" — the military’s equivalent of a slap on the wrist.
What’s more, Toussaint has been promoted to the rank of senior chief petty officer.
. . . Youth Radio learned that yet another review of the investigation has been ordered, this time by the chief of naval operations, the Navy’s highest-ranking officer and member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The deadline for that report is Oct. 6.
No public word on the report yet.