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The embattled Federal Air Marshal Service will soon have a new boss as current director, Robert Bray, announced his retirement in the wake of a gun scandal.

According to a report by Fox News, Bray’s home was the target of a December 2013 raid by federal law enforcement and that his recently disclosed resignation, effective in June, is related to that action.

At the heart of the matter appears to be allegations that he may have obtained free firearms through the agency without authorization.

This comes in tandem with whistle-blower allegations that Air Marshal supervisor Danny Poulos, based in the Washington Field Office, used the marshal service’s Federal Firearms License and his relationship developed with industry giant SIG Sauer to get free or discounted guns, not for the agency, but for the personal use of high level agents.