Muster aboard ship is taken very seriously aboard ship. It should be taken equally seriously ashore.
Like other Sailors who went to Mast, she made a complete recovery. It seemed to get her to pay attention to the problems she needed to face and modify the behaviors she needed to correct. I am happy to say that she served our country again in Iraq in a different capacity and served with pride and distinction under hostile conditions. She'd grown up. The Navy helped her do that.
Some may think this is airing dirty laundry. It's not. It's matter of record, if you know how to check the record. There are so many lessons in this one experience with this one Sailor that I could write a short book on the many leadership lessons learned.
Zero defects Navy? I don't think so. This Sailor had MANY chances to correct her behavior before being separated from the Navy. She made many choices not too. No doubt she'd make different choices today.