Out They Go 2

Kenneth Miller resigned from his post as a top Air Force acquisition official Monday, according to various news reports. Miller, who was one of the service’s key individuals in the KC-X tanker program, had earlier said he would leave following the resignation of Air Force Secretary Michael Wynne. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, Wynne persuaded Miller to stay on after he asked to retire in February. According to Associated Press (via Forbes), the Air Force now is reviewing Miller’s actions because he may have released information (about the tanker program?) to the public before the government was ready. Miller certainly briefed lawmakers on the program’s status.