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Only a handful of admirals have faced criminal prosecution in modern Navy history.
Three current and retired officers accused of taking bribes to act as moles for contractor
The highest-ranking officer of the service, which has been dogged by a corruption scandal and other embarrassments, summoned more than 200 admirals to a special gathering near Washington and will urge a renewed emphasis on integrity.
A federal judge is expected to sentence the Navy commander to several years in prison in connection with an epic bribery scandal that has rocked the Navy.
Vice Adm. Jan Tighe will be nominated to take over the position.
Capt. Daniel Dusek is one of 10 defendants charged so far in the case, perhaps the biggest corruption scandal in the Navy’s history.
As a tradition of deference erodes, cringe-worthy accounts of assault emerge.
Joseph J. Angello Jr., the Pentagon’s former director of operation readiness and safety, would also routinely hurl obscenities at his staff, according to an investigation by the Defense Department’s Inspector General.