Air Force Investigation Finds Rampant Cheating, 'Frat House Behavior' Among Key Leaders
Colorado Springs, CO - A recent investigation by the Air Force found shocking evidence of cheating pilots, outsourcing, and other behavior many outsiders have called "outrageous."
The investigation, led by Lt. General Marc Rogers, the Air Force Inspector General (IG), is part of a larger effort to identify additional problems after it was learned that 78 cadets at the Air Force Academy were caught cheating on an online test.
In a memo drafted by a Pakistani typist hired through oDesk for $2.35 per hour, Air Force officials said they were "extremely disturbed" by the initial findings.
"We thought 78 cadets cheating was just a small blip on the radar," said Lt. Col John Bryan, Director of Public Affairs at the Academy, "but we wanted to make sure that there weren't any other issues."
The cheating scandal was only the beginning which led the IG to other troublesome conduct, which the investigators have said resembled "frat-house behavior."
One incident in the report details a UAV pilot, ident…
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