http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...e-nuclear-missiles-to-be-fired-officials-say/ It is highly unusual for a military commander to be "fired" -- removed from his command without notice. Carey's firing, with no public statement as to cause, is doubly mysterious as Giardina's, even though Giardina's firing had to come from the Great Pretender's own orders. A three-star line officer can only be removed by order of the commander-in-chief. NBC is claiming a Navy statement cites a "loss of trust" in Carey's firing, but the official Navy news release doesn't care such a phrase within it. Meanwhile, NCIS is heading the investigation into Giardina following the Navy Criminal Investigation Service's reception of a file developed since mid-June by the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation. The ex-nuke officer is accused of introducing a "significant monetary amount" of fake casino chips into games at a Council Bluffs river boat.