by Tom Bowman
Nov 15, 2012 (All Things Considered) — Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta has called for a review of military ethics among the nation's top military officers. The Pentagon chief wants to learn whether there is a breakdown that explains recent incidents: the affair by retired Gen. David Petraeus, the investigation into Gen. John Allen, the top commander in Afghanistan, the punishment this week of another general found to have used military resources for personal benefit, and several more.
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