- Author:Office of the Inspector General
- Publisher:St. Martin's Griffin; 1st edition (December 31, 2003)
- Pages:268 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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The Tailhook scandal was a series of incidents where more than 100 United States Navy and . Marine Corps aviation officers were alleged to have sexually assaulted 83 women and seven men, or otherwise engaged in "improper and indecent" conduct at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, Nevada. The events took place at the 35th Annual Tailhook Association Symposium from September 5 to 8, 1991. A report conducted by the .
Professional Reading. As the primary public source for details of the 1991 Tailhook Convention scandal, this book demands renewed attention. Note: The Office of the Inspector General is the internal investigative arm of the Secretary of Defense. Ostensibly an opportunity for analysis of Navy aviation methods, successes and lesson learned, the daytime agenda of the 35th annual convention attended by over 4,000 people seemed innocuous enough.
What happened at Tailhook '91 is the culmination of a long-term failure of. .
What happened at Tailhook '91 is the culmination of a long-term failure of leadership in naval aviation," the report states. The first part of the inspector general's inquiry, which was released in September, assailed the Navy's official inquiry into the episode, asserting that senior Navy officials had deliberately undermined their own investigation to avoid unflattering publicity.
Tailhook Report : The Official Inquiry into the Events of Tailhook '9.
Tailhook Report : The Official Inquiry into the Events of Tailhook '91. by Office of the Inspector General.
It is important to note, however, that VADM Dunleavy' s complete response was not reported in the press
Department of Defense, Office of Inspector General, Assistant Inspector General for Investigations, 1992. Стр. 109 - In total, 1 17 officers were implicated in one or more incidents of indecent assault, indecent exposure, conduct unbecoming an officer or failure to act in a proper leadership capacity while at Tailhook 9. Встречается в книгах (6) с 1992 по 2002. It is important to note, however, that VADM Dunleavy' s complete response was not reported in the press. Встречается в книгах (4) с 1992 по 2004. Библиографические данные.
The Tailhook Report: The Ofcial Inquiry into the Events of Tailhook ’9. 44 The mission of the Naval Inspector General is to investigate all non-criminal activity – including fraud, waste, and mismanagement of funds and resources.
The Tailhook Report: The Ofcial Inquiry into the Events of Tailhook ’91. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1993. 29 Ibid 27. 30 For a full agenda of the event, see appendix B. 31 Tailhook Report, 1. Case Studies in Ethics. 45 McMichael, 51 ff. 46 There was a signicant history of the NIS and Naval IG not getting along well. For example, just prior to the Tailhook ’91 investigation the. Naval IG issued a report critical of an NIS investigation into the USS Iowa gun-turret explosion.
The Tailhook scandal was a series of incidents where more than 100 . Navy and United States Marine Corps aviation officers were alleged to have sexually assaulted 83 women and 7 men, or otherwise engaged in "improper and indecent" conduct at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, Nevada. The events took place at the 35th Annual Tailhook Association Symposium. from September 8 to 12, 1991. The term can also refer to the resulting investigations conducted by the Department of the Navy and the Inspector General of the Department of Defense.
The Office of Naval Inspector General for the United States Department of the Navy was established during World War II to make investigations as directed by the Secretary of the Navy and the Chief of Naval Operations. The current mission of the Naval Inspector General is "to inspect, investigate, or inquire into matters of importance to the Department of the Navy and maintain the highest level of public confidence".