Jeremy Boorda

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Jeremy Boorda was chief of naval operations (CNO) of the United States Navy until his apparent suicide in 1996.

He was the first enlisted man in the Navy's history to become a four-star admiral. [1]

  • Mike Kirk and reporter Peter Boyer of PBS's "Frontline" ... connect Boorda's apparently fatal shame over a planned Newsweek expose—a story charging that he wore combat medals he never earned. [2]