The former chief top arms buyer for the U.S. Air Force is now in prison in Marianna.
Fifty-seven-year-old Darleen Druyun surrendered to authorities at the Federal Women's Prison in Marianna Tuesday to begin a nine-month sentence.
Druyun admitted she showed favoritism to the Boeing Corporation as far back as 1993.
She did so in-exchange for a $250,000 a year job for herself, and jobs for her daughter and son-in-law.
The scandal also prompted Air Force Secretary James Roche, and his acquisitions chief Marvin Sambur to resign. They leave office this month.
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