The Internet is full of sites that let you rate everything from restaurant services to your university professors and even hospitals, and some have their merits.
But an American-based rating site aimed at military personnel is drawing fire from Canadian military brass.
An email sent to Canadian Armed Forces officers last month warns that soldiers could face punishment if they post anything on Rank My Sarge, the Ottawa Citizen reports.
“The site currently contains comments which vilify and demean a number of Canadian Armed Forces members, including currently serving members of the Canadian Army,” Brig.-Gen. Karl McQuillan, chief of staff of land operations at the army’s Ottawa headquarters, said in the Oct. 28 email forwarded to the Citizen.
“The posting of such inappropriate comment by our members contravenes various regulations and requirements."
Regulations bar "improper comments" in public that might discredit the Canadian Forces or its members, the Citizen said. Soldiers are alsoRead More »from Canadian military brass slams ‘Rate My Sarge’ web site for nasty comments