Another set of raunchy videos laced with bawdy jokes and profanity have emerged from the past of a Navy officer fired this week from command of an aircraft carrier after some of his other comedy segments became public.
The Navy Times, which said it obtained the videos independently, posted the videos on its website. They include a scene in which Capt. Owen Honors talks to an officer he identifies a member of the staff of the admiral of the USS Enterprise's carrier strike group.
If true, that officer's involvement would contradict Honors' disclaimer in the videos that senior officers were not aware of his videos.
Honors was executive officer, or second in command, at the time the videos were made in 2006 and 2007. He advanced to commander of the ship this year.
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