A high ranking military advisor visited Malmstrom Air Force base this week to speak with the troops and learn more about their mission on base.
The military advisor to the Chairman and Secretary of Defense with the SEAC also commented on the recent scandals that brought national attention to the base.
"Lastly of course this may have peaked everyone's interest, while we know there is an ongoing investigating pertaining to some potential issues involving some of the personal here at Malmstrom, I am not really here for that or at liberty to comment. I hope to avoid any questions like that. Just let the investigation run its course and allow its completion. I am hoping it is an isolated incident and it doesn't take away from the great things the men and women of Malmstrom are doing for our nation," said Sgt. Maj. Bryan Battaglia.
Battaglia says the morale at Malmstrom is fine in light of the recent scandals, including a possible narcotics investigation, which unveiled an alleged cheating scandal involving thirty four officers and their monthly re-certification test.
Nonetheless, the military advisor says the men and women of Malmstrom are passionate about their job, and tax payers should not worry.