WASHINGTON -- The Navy's top admiral says the service is investigating alleged cheating among senior sailors on written tests related to training on naval nuclear power reactors.
Adm. Jonathan Greenert told a Pentagon news conference Tuesday that he was disappointed in the alleged breakdown in discipline. He said the investigation was ongoing.
The head of the Navy's nuclear propulsion programs, Adm. John
Richardson, told reporters that the examinations on which sailors allegedly
cheated included classified information.
At this stage of the investigation, approximately a dozen sailors are believed to be involved in the alleged cheating, although the investigation is still active and has not reached final conclusions.