“We have never seen a situation where a blanket hold is being put on military officers for decisions made by civilians,” said Kate Kuzminski, director of the military, veterans and society programme at the Center for a New American Security.
“If there were an international crisis and one of these positions had unconfirmed leadership . . . it might cost us in terms of the speed of the US reaction,” said Kuzminski.
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