The U.S. Air Force is barring one of its own retired top generals — one who often appears on CNN to advocate for the use of airpower — from conducting business with the government until early 2016. Investigators found retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. David Deptula used his influence to keep a dying intelligence program alive, countermanding rules that require senior officers to stay clear of such involvements after their uniformed service. Deptula has long been respected for his ...

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