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Published: Tuesday, September 24, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Navy captain loses command post

SAN DIEGO -- A Navy captain has lost his command of an air wing assigned to the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson because of an alleged relationship with a woman who worked for him.
U-T San Diego reports Monday that the Navy relieved Capt. Jeffrey Winter of his post Friday, citing an investigation that found an alleged inappropriate relationship with a junior female officer in his chain of command.
Winter had been commanding officer of Carrier Air Wing 17, based in Lemoore in California's Central Valley. He had only been in that position since June.
The air wing's deputy commander, Capt. Matthew Leahey, has taken the helm temporarily.
Winter has been reassigned to the Naval Air Forces command at North Island Naval Air Station.

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