The USS Mustin, shown above with a Seahawk helicopter hovering above its flight deck during a refueling, is one of many Navy ships serviced in Asia and California by a Singapore-based company charged with bribing Navy officers.
The USS Mustin, shown above with a Seahawk helicopter hovering above its flight deck during a refueling, is one of many Navy ships serviced in Asia and California by a Singapore-based company charged with bribing Navy officers. MC3 Mackenzie Adams
The USS Mustin, shown above with a Seahawk helicopter hovering above its flight deck during a refueling, is one of many Navy ships serviced in Asia and California by a Singapore-based company charged with bribing Navy officers. MC3 Mackenzie Adams

Navy investigator pleads guilty in bribery case

December 17, 2013 08:27 PM

UPDATED December 17, 2013 11:39 PM

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