Alleged Retaliation by Army General Led a Military Family into a Moldy Home

Army Famliy by Marcy Sanchez is licensed under Public Domain
Maj. Gen. Kurt Sonntag, commander of the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (SWCS) at Fort Bragg, fired the Green Beret, an Army major and well-liked commander of a company at SWCS, after an instructor under his command wrote a scathing email blasting Sonntag for lowering standards for the prestigious Q-course, which Green Beret candidates must pass.

Maj. Gen. Kurt Sonntag, commander of the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (SWCS) at Fort Bragg, fired the Green Beret, an Army major and well-liked commander of a company at SWCS, after an instructor under his command wrote a scathing email blasting Sonntag for lowering standards for the prestigious Q-course, which Green Beret candidates must pass.

When the major tried to obtain another job at Fort Bragg in order to stay in the area, since his daughter was receiving specialized care at Fort Bragg and the University of North Carolina, he was told he was blacklisted due to Sonntag’s firing, according to the two sources.

In a phone interview, the major’s wife told Breitbart News that after her husband’s firing, they had only “weeks” to leave Fort Bragg.

She said after her family moved into their new home at MacDill, her children began getting sick within a month. Her newborn was taken to the emergency room twice with breathing problems, and her three-year-old came down with pneumonia.
Army Famliy by Marcy Sanchez is licensed under Public Domain