The Navy has scrapped a selection board already in progress for next year's master chief petty officers and launched an investigation after discovering evidence that several board members had acted improperly in a way that affected the process. The service convened the board April 3, but received a report April 11 that deliberations for the Fiscal 2018 Master Chief selection board may have been compromised, Lt. Cmdr. Nathan Christensen, a spokesman for the Chief of Naval Personnel, told Military.com. For more details, see this Military.com article.
Navy Investigates Claims Master Chief Selection Board Compromised
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