The US Coast Guard commander on Tuesday called it "unacceptable" for members of the military to turn to food kitchens and donations during the ongoing government downturn.
Commander Adm. Karl Schultz said in a video message to Coast Guard Twitter members "should not be expected to carry the burden of shutdown," causing members to miss payrolls.
Schultz also said he was "encouraged" by having the support of "locally" expelled communities across the nation.
"But in the end, I find it unacceptable that Coast Guard men and women depend on food kitchens and donations to get through everyday life as service members," he added. [1
– Admiral Karl Schultz (@ComdtUSCG) January 23, 2019
Last week, Coast Guard officials did not receive a regular member's paycheck because of that since December 22 ongoing partial closure.
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