The recent Washington Post stories [here and here] about misbehaving general and flag officers and "toxic" leaders in the Pentagon, both uniformed and civilian, have been dispiriting. It's not surprising that powerful people abuse their power, and it's gratifying that some of them get caught and punished. But we expect above average human behavior from our military leaders.
Now it seems that at least one of those toxic leaders, a retired Army Lieutenant General, has found a way to salvage his reputation -- by hiring a company that floods Google with favorable items. Remember that if you ever get in trouble.