A top Space Force director kept sex toys at work, work a ‘mankini’ on top of his clothes at a staff Christmas party, and reveled in innuendo and lewd comments, according to a damning internal report made public this week.
Andrew Cox, director of the Space Force’s Space Warfighting Analysis Center, has retained his job and his six-figure salary despite the report, which was launched in the fall of 2020 and completed in April 2021.
Cox was described in the report, obtained by Air Force Times, as being ‘technically brilliant’ but ‘acting like a 13-year-old boy’.
The Air Force – under whose umbrella Space Force falls – said that the matter had been dealt with internally, but did not provide details.
‘Mr. Cox remains the director of the Space Warfighting Analysis Center,’ said Ann Stefanek, Air Force spokesperson, on Friday.
‘The matter was addressed through established civilian personnel processes.’