Douglas A. Glenn called a subordinate a “hot blonde” and used the n-word, Pentagon’s inspector general says. Investigators said he drank with subordinates during work hours at least twice without authorization. Glenn denied creating a hostile work environment but acknowledged some of the allegations were true. Former colleagues of Glenn defend his record and dispute the report’s findings. “I would count him as my best boss in 32 years in government,” Vickie Jones says. Investigators say they substantiated most of the allegations through interviews with 18 witnesses, thousands of emails.
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