"The beauty of the military is every commander has to make decisions about what to prosecute and how," Markley said. "Every commander out there is deciding, 'Is this the highest priority for my attention?' "
Even now, he said, he has not been asked by his superiors to take action to safeguard the tests.
"Nobody has come to me and said, 'Solve this problem,' " he said.
The quote above are from Colonel James C. Markley, the senior officer in charge of the testing center.If the Army knew of cheating going on, if the cheating contributes to personnel being improperly trained and readied for operations, why should this continue?
Markley, by his own statement, does not see this in his scope of responsibility. That might be part of the problem.
What do you think?
Read the full Boston Globe report, the result of five months of investigation here.