Naval Academy gets new superintendent
The U.S. Naval Academy is holding a change of command ceremony.
Vice Adm. Michael Miller will become the 61st superintendent on Tuesday.
Miller served as Navy chief of legislative affairs at the Pentagon before he was nominated in April to be the new superintendent.
Miller will relieve Vice Adm. Jeffrey Fowler, who became the academy's 60th superintendent in 2007.
Miller is taking command about a month after a Navy inspector general's report became public. The report criticized the use of an off-the-books slush fund that was used to pay for tailgate parties, luncheons and other events.
-- Associated Press
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