This thread has lain dormant for so long I don't know why you saw the need to resurrect it? Perhaps you are feeling a little sore between the shoulder-blades yourself?
To my mind the Intelligence Corps has always provided a near-perfect example of the deep and enduring trust between peers and across the span of the chain of command.
Any Warrant Officers in decades past who had sought to sully the name of the Corps by submitting a redress of grievance to the Army Board; were probably embittered individuals who had already been promoted beyond their capabilities.
Some older officers may have sought to provide close guidance to some of their more junior, brighter and intelligent young soldiers, possible at the expense of other less attractive <male> soldiers.
How anyone else could have been disadvantaged, yet alone stabbed in the back, by such an altruistic act of paternalism completely evades me?
I know that transferee officers in particular, value the opinion of your soldiers. I for one have never heard of an instance of a soldier being victimised by such a transferee officer for adopting a contary position on a professional matter.