A Navy fraud investigation is becoming one the largest scandal's for the armed service in recent years, and the investigation is spilling over into 2014.
Leonard Glenn Francis, the CEO for Singapore-based Glenn Defense Marine Asia, was arrested in September for allegedly bribing officials with cash, trips, and other items in exchange for ship information.
So far, six Navy officials have been tied to the incident with two arrested.
"I certainly don't think we've seen the end of it," Navy Secretary Ray Mabus said earlier this month, discussing the case publicly for the first time during a press conference. "I think it's fair to say that there will be more disclosures coming in."
The secretary declined to say if he believes those disclosures will result in the arrest of more Navy officials.
The investigation—and resulting media focus— has put how the Navy handles its contracting unwillingly under the spotlight, but Mabus said he would "rather get bad headlines than let bad people get away."
John Bertrand Beliveau Jr., a supervisory special agent with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, also plead guilty earlier this month to participating in the alleged fraud.