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Three admirals forced out in Navy bribery scandal
Three admirals forced out in Navy bribery scandal

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, the Navy said. “Censure was both necessary and appropriate,’’ said Navy Secretary Ray Mabus. “I have now received the retirement of all three officers, and we will process them appropriately.” The officers, all rear admirals, are: + Michael Miller,  who was the commander of Carrier Strike Group 7 and recently was a special assistant to the superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy. +...

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