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In February, NBC 7 reported that Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus sent career-ending letters of censure to three naval officers for wrongdoing in a widespread bribery scandal. On Tuesday, Navy Times reported details from …
NBC San Diego · ByR. Stickney · 7/21/2015
Bribery Scandal
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Three Navy admirals linked to a bribery scandal have been forced into retirement. The accused trio had allegedly enjoyed a lavish lifestyle which included fancy dinners, expensive cigars, sightseeing trips, shopping …
HNGN · 7/21/2015
Navy
SAN DIEGO, July 20 (Reuters) - The U.S. Navy censured three admirals in connection with a bribery scandal involving a Singapore company that held more than $200 million in contracts to clean and supply ships from the Seventh Fleet, Navy officials …
Daily Mail · 7/20/2015
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The U.S. Navy censured three admirals in connection with a bribery scandal involving a Singapore company that held more than $200 million in contracts to clean and supply ships from the Seventh Fleet, Navy officials …
The Maritime Executive · 7/21/2015
The U.S. Navy has released the censures that were issued to three admirals - Michael Miller, Terry Kraft, and David Pimpo - in January for their connection to a bribery scandal involving Singapore's Glenn Defense …
Ship Bunker · 7/22/2015
Bribery Scandal
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
SAN DIEGO — Three Navy admirals forced into retirement after being linked to a bribery scandal had enjoyed fancy dinners and cigars, sightseeing trips, shopping binges and high-value hotel accommodations from the key figure in the case: colorful ...
The Seattle Times · 7/21/2015
Navy bribery scheme