DAILYKENN.com -- An unnamed female sailor raised her fist in defiance during a morning flag ceremony. She also refused to stand in honor of the United States flag.
The sailor recorded her defiance and posted the video on YouTube.
She apparently was taking a cue from 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick who refuses to stand for the Star Spangled Banner prior to NFL football games.
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A sailor who filmed herself refusing to stand for morning colors is now facing administrative action, Military.com has learned.
Lt. Cmdr. Kate Meadows, a spokeswoman for Naval Education and Training Command, said actions were ongoing regarding the sailor, but declined to specify what they were.
The sailor, who has not been publicly identified, is assigned to Naval Air Technical Training Center in Pensacola, Florida, Meadows confirmed, and is expected to be allowed to continue training.
The command became aware of the filmed protest Aug. 31, Meadows said.
At issue is an eight-and-a-half minute video posted to Facebook in which the sailor sat through morning colors in protest of the now-defunct third stanza of the National Anthem, which she described as racist.
The video has been widely shared and was viewed more than 13,000 times after being re-posted to a military humor page, US Army Military Police WTF Moments.
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