Newspaper article China Post

Military Dismisses Rumor about Officer's Reassignment

Newspaper article China Post

Military Dismisses Rumor about Officer's Reassignment

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TAIPEI, Taiwan -- The Military Police Command said Monday the reassignment of command's only female first sergeant to a teaching position was part of a "regular reshuffle," denying she was removed due to inexperience.

Local media reports had suggested that Liu Pi-li ([...]), the Military Police Command's first and only female first sergeant, was removed from her post due to incompetence and a lack of experience.

The reports also hinted that Liu's promotion had caused friction with her colleagues in the male-dominated environment, with an unnamed source saying she was considered a "thorn in the side" by her fellow officers.

But Hsieh Min-der ([...]), director of the command's political warfare office, rebutted the allegations, saying Liu's transfer to serve as an instructor at the military police's training center was part of a regular reshuffle. …

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