President Barack Obama awards the Medal of Honor to former Marine Corps Sgt. Dakota Meyer during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House. (White House photo by Pete Souza/Released)
Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer and defense contractor BAE announced Thursday an “amicable” end to their dispute.
Meyer filed a lawsuit in Texas in June claiming BAE, his former employer, had punished him for objecting to a weapons sale to Pakistan, and had prevented him from finding other work by portraying him as unstable and a problem drinker. The lawsuit against the company and his former supervisor has been dropped.
“BAE Systems OASYS and I have settled our differences amicably,” Meyer said in a joint statement issued by the company, referring to the company by its full name. Meyer praised the defense firm’s support for veterans and generosity to the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation.
Source: Charley Keyes for CNN.
President Barack Obama awards the Medal of Honor to former Marine Corps Sgt. Dakota Meyer…
by Tactical-Life.com / Dec 16, 2011