A cheating scandal involving members of the Air Force nuclear command has tripled in size over the past two weeks with more people identified as investigators stepped up their probe. Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James said on …
Of the airmen involved in the cheating investigation at Malmstrom ... One of those improvements is being implemented now. Air Force officials have already issued a contract at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming to deep clean …
WASHINGTON — A basic contradiction lies at the root of an exam-cheating scandal that decimated the ranks of an Air Force nuclear missile group, investigators say: Commanders were demanding perfection in testing and ethics but …
WASHINGTON — The Air Force said yesterday that it had fired nine officers and accepted the resignation of the commander at Malmstrom Air Base in Montana as it continued to deal with a widespread cheating scandal among …
WASHINGTON (AP) — Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James said Thursday the number of nuclear force officers implicated in a proficiency test cheating scandal has grown to 92 out of a force of 500. James spoke to reporters after …
The Air Force's nuclear force is once again drawing negative attention after 34 launch officers have been stripped of their authority to control and launch nuclear-armed Minuteman III missiles because of their role in a cheating scandal at …
LEIPZIG, Germany (Reuters) - A German court on Thursday delayed a ruling on whether major cities can ban heavily polluting diesel cars, which could hit the …
A senior officer resigned, nine commanders were fired and dozens of junior officers face disciplinary action in the wake of a widespread test-cheating scandal at a Montana nuclear base, the Air Force announced Thursday. News of the …
and Malmstrom. Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee Story said the investigation has been widened to include allegations of cheating on certification tests. The cheating involves routine tests service members take to insure job proficiency, …
WASHINGTON — Top Air Force officials described a persistent culture of “undue stress and fear” that led 92 out of 550 members of the military’s nuclear missile corps to be involved in cheating on a monthly proficiency test on which they …