A U.S. Navy Petty Officer First Class was sentenced to 27 months in prison for accepting cash, electronic gadgets, and travel expenses from a Singapore-based defense contractor in exchange for providing classified U.S. Navy information.
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A commander in the U.S. Navy pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal bribery charges for accepting money, gifts, travel, and prostitutes from a contractor who supplied services to the Navy in Asia.
A retired Navy official who worked for Glenn Defense Marine Asia (GDMA) pleaded guilty Monday, admitting that he and others overcharged the Navy by about $2.5 million for port services, using some of the money to treat Navy officials to lavish dinners, cocktails and entertainment.
U.S. Navy petty officer Daniel Layug pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday, admitting he accepted more than $10,000 in cash, travel expenses and gifts in exchange for providing classified information to a Singapore-based defense contractor.
A sixth defendant was charged in federal court Thursday with bribery involving Singapore-based defense contractor Glenn Defense Marine Asia (GDMA).
A special agent with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) pleaded guilty Tuesday for his role in a huge international fraud and bribery ring, admitting he tipped a Singapore-based Navy contractor about ongoing criminal probes in exchange for prostitutes, cash and luxury travel.
A third senior U.S. Navy officer has been arrested in a widening bribery investigation and overbilling probe involving a Singapore company.