No good deed goes unpunished. Right?
Perhaps this fits that bill, perhaps it doesn’t. But one Utah National Guard officer has been stripped of his command after permitting women and photographers to use the facilities at Camp Williams for the 2015 Hot Shots Calendar, the New York Daily News reports.
Guard Lt. Col. Steven Fairbourn told the Daily News Saturday that a 19th Special Forces noncommissioned officer who permitted the video to be partially shot at the training center south of Salt Lake City also faces a reprimand and mandatory early retirement.
Along with the officer, three other soldiers who participated in the photo shoot will be disciplined, including counseling, reprimand and a fine to the tune of $200 for fuel that was used.
“Productions of this kind are not in keeping with the values of the Utah National Guard nor its members,” the National Guard said in a statement.
Along with the National Guard soldiers, two members of the Utah state SWAT team will face disciplinary measures according to officials at the Department of Public Safety.