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Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Jack Reed (D-R.I.) sent a joint letter to Navy Secretary Ray Mabus last month saying they had “deep reservations” about a pending promotion for Rear Adm. Brian K. Losey.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter agreed with the Army’s recommendation and pronounced the matter closed.
In a plea agreement signed last year, Malaki admitted to delivering classified documents on more than a dozen occasions to an foreign defense contractor in exchange for a night out with a prostitute at a Malaysian karaoke club, envelopes of cash and hotel stays in Asia and the South Pacific.
Cmdr. Michael Misiewicz, a graduate of the Naval Academy in Annapolis, is expected to become the eighth person to plead guilty in a gigantic corruption case that has rocked the Navy.
Vice Adm. Ted “Twig” Branch has been barred from reading, seeing or hearing classified information since November 2013.
Daniel Layug is scheduled to become the first person to be sentenced in an epic corruption investigation that has paralyzed the Navy since 2013.
The accident rate spikes mysteriously for the Reaper, which is prone to lose power and drop from the sky.
The U.S. military has stopped flying unarmed Reaper drones from an airfield in Ethiopia that had served as a key hub since 2011.
Military officials say they are bracing for the problem to get worse and are worried about the potential for an aviation disaster.
There have been a string of previously undisclosed cases in which soldiers entrusted with key roles in the campaign against sexual assault and harassment have, in turn, been accused of committing those very offenses.