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The head of the Transportation Security Administration’s internal investigations unit has been tapped as the next director of the embattled Federal Air Marshal Service, FoxNews.com has learned.

The newly named director, Roderick Allison, is currently leading a TSA internal probe into the Air Marshal Service. Allison’s office has been probing allegations an Air Marshal supervisor, Danny Poulos, obtained discounted and free guns and provided them to agency officials, including outgoing director Robert Bray, for their personal use.

As head of the TSA investigations unit, Allison was put in the position of investigating his former boss. Allison worked under Bray at the Air Marshal Service from October 2011 to August 2012.