Letter to the editor

You know what really ticks me off to no end are the "brave souls" that have something to say about the Navy Marine Corps Intranet who are normally uninformed and always unresearched, but choose to withhold their names. [See recent letters about NMCI.]

If you have something to say, say it, admit to it and stand by it. Otherwise, there is absolutely no credibility to your statements. Just get your facts straight and you have nothing to worry about. Grow up out there!

Lt. Col. Mark A. Dalla Betta

Marine Corps headquarters

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