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No. 2 Navy officer on carrier removed because of inappropriate relationship with soldier
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — A Navy report says the former executive officer of the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower had an inappropriate relationship with a woman soldier when both were married, but investigators did not find evidence of adultery.
The investigative report was obtained by The Associated Press on Monday through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Capt. Robert Gamberg was removed from his post as the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier's second in command in June. He was cited for conduct unbecoming an officer and for failure to obey an order or regulation during an administrative proceeding.
The investigative report shows Gamberg told the woman in an email that she was amazing and that he loved her with all his heart.
The report doesn't identify the soldier.