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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
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
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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
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
The Navy has censured three admirals for their roles in a bribery scandal where a Singapore businessman wined, dined and bribed Navy officials to gain valuable port services contracts in Asia. The three senior officers, one of whom was the superintendent ...
ABC News · ByLuis Martinez · 2/11/2015
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
A retired U.S. Navy officer pleaded guilty Thursday to federal charges of arranging kickbacks on behalf of an Asian defense contractor, marking an escalation of a long-running bribery scandal that has shaken the ranks of the Navy. Edmond A. Aruffo, who ...
Washington Post · ByCraig Whitlock · 7/4/2014
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
Three rear admirals in the U.S. Navy were reprimanded for wrongdoing in a Navy bribery scandal but will not face charges, a Navy statement said. One of the men who received career-ending letters of censure was the former superintendent of the U.S. Naval ...
NBC San Diego · 2/11/2015