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Retired colonel pleads guilting to ripping off the military for millions in kickback scheme | Task and Purpose

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Retired Army Col. Joseph Young has pleaded guilty to paying bribes in order to get his company contracts that resulted in 20 million-dollar profits. A retired Young and three other officers used bribes in order to get contracts to update and modernize the communications network at Fort Gordon. Young ended up paying $1.2 million to a no-show job employee in exchange for the government contracts. Young has been ordered to pay a $1.3 million judgement and a maximum prison sentence of five years. The other men involved all received fines, with some serving five-year prison terms.

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