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The second highest-ranking official in the U.S. Navy made his first public comment on the bribery scandal that’s infiltrated the U.S. Navy, resulted in guilty pleas and ended careers. Chief of Naval Operations Admiral …
NBC San Diego · 8/17/2015
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Vice Adm. Mike Miller, center, receives an award from Navy Secretary Ray Mabus during Miller's end-of-tour and retirement ceremony in July 2014. Miller, however, has not been allowed to retire pending the results of an investigation. Adm. Jon Greenert ...
USA Today · 2/9/2015
Three Navy admirals have been censured by the secretary of the Navy for “poor judgment and a failure of leadership” linked to a bribery scandal that federal prosecutors say cost taxpayers $20 million, the Navy announced Tuesday. The three are retiring ...
Los Angeles Times · ByTony Perry · 2/11/2015
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A top US Navy lieutenant commander just became one of the highest-ranking military officials ensnared in the "Fat Leonard" bribery scandal. On April 15, Todd Maliki admitted "that he accepted cash, hotel expenses and the services of a prostitute in return ...
The Business Insider · 4/20/2015
A former senior federal contracting officer was arrested this morning for conspiracy to commit bribery in connection ... “As alleged, Paul Simpkins misused his position as a contracting officer at the U.S. Navy to obtain bribes of cash, air travel ...
The Maritime Executive · 2/4/2015
As the fallout from a contracting scandal spreads, the Navy has moved to install a single authority to handle all cases of misconduct not pursued by U.S. prosecutors. This effort will ensure all implicated officers will be appropriately investigated and ...
Navy Times · BySam Fellman · 1/9/2014
The Navy has censured three admirals for their roles in a bribery scandal where a Singapore businessman wined ... Receiving the letters of censure were Vice Admiral Mike Miller, the former superintendent of the Naval Academy, Rear Admiral Terry Kraft ...
ABC News · ByLuis Martinez · 2/11/2015
SAN DIEGO – A Malaysian military contractor at the center of one of the Navy's worst corruption cases pleaded guilty to bribery and conspiracy charges in federal court Thursday — only hours after a second commander admitted to providing him classified ...
FOX News · 1/16/2015
Admirals Michael Miller and Terry Kraft were allowed to retire as admirals, while Admiral David Pimpo retired on July 1 at the demoted rank of captain, according to a Navy document dated July 17. The censures were issued in January, but were revealed last ...
Reuters · ByMarty Graham · 7/20/2015
A nearly 4-year investigation leads to the arrest of a major Singapore defense contractor and an NCIS agent in a massive $20-million bribery scandal. By Stephanie Gaskell On the day of the Washington Navy Yard shooting, a team from the Naval Criminal ...
defenseone.com · 12/20/2013
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