One of the military’s most highly regarded prosecutors is leaving the justice system he’s served for more than two decades to work for a group devoted to reforming it.
"There’s times when I want to shut out the world, act like this whole day never happened,” Chief Petty Officer Justin Wilson said at a Camp Pendleton ceremony Tuesday in which he received the Navy Cross. “But I’ve learned that if you do that, you don’t remember. And without remembrance, there is no honor.”
It’s just another sleepy morning at Kadena Air Base’s sprawling exchange, and retired Marine John Keith sits behind a humming console of 10 screens with access to 112 cameras that cover the department store inside and out.