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Amid an ongoing probe into an alleged gun selling operation within his agency, outgoing Federal Air Marshal Service (FAMS) Director Robert Bray struck a settlement that included a provision to suspend any possible disciplinary actions against him, according to a letter from the head of the Transportation Security Administration.
“I am aware of the allegations within the FAMS, including those involving the Director, and believe them to be subject to appropriate investigation,” said the April 18 letter by Administrator John S. Pistole to Rep. Richard Hudson, chairman of the Subcommittee on Transportation Security. The letter went on to say that while the overall investigation remains ongoing, Bray “has entered into a settlement agreement, which includes a provision to hold in abeyance any potential disciplinary actions.”