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Topic - Teresa King
COLUMBIA, S.C. | The first woman to command the Army's drill sergeant training took legal action Monday to reclaim her job, saying she was improperly suspended last year because of sexism and racism and demanding that two of her superiors be investigated for abuse of their authority.
The Army has suspended the first woman to lead its drill sergeant school while it investigates an undisclosed personnel matter, the service said Thursday.
A Chinese drywall manufacturer has agreed to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to resolve court claims by thousands of Gulf Coast property owners that the product corroded pipes and wires and otherwise wrecked their homes. It is the largest settlement of its kind.
ASSOCIATED PRESS Command Sgt. Maj. Teresa King said she still does not know what conduct of hers was being investigated by her superiors when she was suspended, but she claims her promotion to command of drill sergeant training was resented.
Maj. King told the Associated Press on Thursday that she cannot talk about the matter.