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U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert Trumble issued a written order a day after a lengthy hearing in which an FBI agent testified that Diana Toebbe, 45, served as a "lookout" for her husband as he left small data cards full of government secrets at "dead drop" locations, hidden inside a peanut butter sandwich in one instance, and an adhesive-bandage wrapper and Dentyne gum package in others.
Navy agrees to reassess ‘bad paper’ discharges in pending lawsuit settlement
The agreement is pending approval by the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut. It orders the Navy Discharge Review Board to reconsider cases in which the board denied upgrades despite evidence that veterans were struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury or military sexual trauma when they separated from the military.

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Navy contractor returns to US to face charge
Frank Rafaraci, the chief executive of Multinational Logistics Services, a major U.S. Navy contractor,is accused of defrauding the Navy of at least $50 million by inflating invoices for port services between 2011 and 2018.
USS Arizona member and USS Oklahoma crew interments set for Dec. 7
Eighty years after their service and sacrifice on Dec. 7, 1941, final respects will be paid to a former USS Arizona member and multiple USS Oklahoma crew with a pair of interments and full military honors planned for the Pearl Harbor defenders on the big anniversary of the day that will live in infamy for America.
Navy announces discharge details for coronavirus vaccine refusers
Active-duty sailors who are not fully vaccinated against the coronavirus after Nov. 28 without a pending or approved exemption request will be forced out of the Navy for failing to obey a lawful order, according to the statement. For Navy Reserve sailors, the deadline is Dec. 28.

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