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Entries in U.S. Navy Military Sealift Command (5)


Sixth guilty plea in U.S. Navy Military Sealift bribery case 

Timothy S. Miller, a co-founder of a Virginia-based government contracting company, pleaded guilty Thursday to bribing two public officials working for the U.S. Navy Military Sealift Command.

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Three-year prison term in Navy Military Sealift Command bribe case

A former government contractor was sentenced to three years in prison Tuesday for conspiracy to bribe public officials at the U.S Navy Military Sealift Command in exchange for favorable treatment in connection with U.S. government contract work.

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Civilian Navy manager jailed 8 years for taking bribes

Kenny E. Toy, the former Afloat Programs Manager at the U.S. Navy Military Sealift Command, was sentenced Tuesday by a federal court in Virginia to serve 96 months in prison for taking bribes.

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Navy contractor jailed 8 years in bribe case

The co-founder of government contracting companies that did business with the Navy Military Sealift Command was sentenced Friday for bribery and conspiracy.

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Former Navy Military Sealift Command official and businessman charged with bribery

A ex- government contractor who worked for the U.S. Navy Military Sealift Command, and a businessman whose company sought contracting business from the Command, were indicted Friday on bribery and obstruction charges.

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