Two Admirals Reportedly Under Investigation For Bribery Involving Selling Classified Info to Malaysian Defense Contractor

Too few good men


Two U.S. Navy admirals have reportedly become ensnared in a far-reaching bribery scandal involving the alleged sale of classified information to a Malaysian defense contractor.

The Washington Post reports Vice Adm. Ted Branch and Rear Adm. Bruce F. Loveless have both taken forced leaves of absence and had their access to classified materials suspended.