Marine command group at major recruiting station fired for failing to meet mission

Marine Maj. Brandon Currie, seen here at a function in Detroit in March 2019, was relieved of command of Recruiting Station Cleveland along with the unit's sergeant major, Sgt. Maj. Christopher Lillie and the operations officer, whom officials refused to name. (U.S. MARINE CORPS)
Marine Maj. Brandon Currie, seen here at a function in Detroit in March 2019, was relieved of command of Recruiting Station Cleveland along with the unit's sergeant major, Sgt. Maj. Christopher Lillie and the operations officer, whom officials refused to name. (U.S. MARINE CORPS)

Marine command group at major recruiting station fired for failing to meet mission

by Immauel Johnson
Stars and Stripes

GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — The command group of a major Marine recruiting station have been fired for not fulfilling their mission, a spokesman for the Marine Corps said Friday.

The commander of Recruiting Station Cleveland in Ohio, Maj. Brandon Currie, Sgt. Maj. Christopher Lillie and the operations officer, whom officials declined to name, were fired last week by Col. Robert Clark, commanding officer of 4th Marine Corps district.

“They were relieved of their duties due to a loss of trust and confidence in their ability to lead and failing to meet recruitment standards,” said Marine Corps spokesman Capt. Ryan Lowcher.

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