Report: #1349573

Complaint Review: B3H Corporation - Shalimar Florida

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  • Reported By: Toweringeggman — Stockton California USA
  • B3H Corporation
    51 3rd Steet Suite 1
    Shalimar, Florida

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As US taxpayers we were ripped-off by B3h Corporation. They are a small US def. contractor. From 2013-2016 B3H had a 27 million dollar contract to teach English to Saudu airforce cadets on a Saudi airbase. B3H made  a series of calculations and acts that most US citizen's would pay a heavy price for.

Here's a summary of B3H's conduct in Saudi Arabia that saw them virtually kicked off the airbase and banned them from any future contracts in the Kingdom.

a) B3H under bidded the contract

b) no experince with language contracts

c) employed a weak manager that B3H manipulated

d) issued non work visas

e) exposed employee's to black mold since 2013, and then concealed it

f) failed to act as OSHA as required under federal law

g) concealed Dept of Labor-federal laws and rights from employees

h) allowed American's to fight in the classroom, be insubordinate to Saudi military officers, disrespect Saudi cadets, promoted the most incompetent staff to control them from Florida

i) violated their contractual arbitration clause by having a case disappear via the American Arb. Assoc.

j) ignored a DoD Office of Inspector General complaint

k) colluded with the owners of the SAAD compound who owned the SAAD hosptial with medical staff to conceal the level of sickness the employees had

l) colluded with the US Contartcors onsite compound inspection in March 2015 to conceal the mold

m) concoted stories, told mistruths and acted with complete disregard for others

n) failed to dislsoe the mold as a possible secondary cause of death of two employees (T.H. Jan 2015-R.J. July 2015-RIP

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#1 UPDATE EX-employee responds

This report is libel and here are the facts...

AUTHOR: Andrew - (United States)

My name is Andrew Wanner and I am a subject in this false report. My life has moved on so I just noticed this yesterday, 8/14/2018, and it was written not very long ago. I do find it pathetic that Jake Wallace has chosen to slam his former co-workers several years after we worked together, but I will not be drawn into an argument with him. Rather, I will only address issues he raised in his narrative.

First, I want to say that Tom Hays and Bobby Jolliff did not die of mold-related complications. Tom suffered a heart attack while he was visiting Egypt, and Bobby passed away due to pancreatic cancer. Jake treated Bobby and his wife with utter disdain because they were Christians, and using his death as a reason for trying to advance a lawsuit is simply a flat-out wrong.

Secondly, I never sang the Israeli national anthem to any of my students. I had been to Israel, and when a few students asked me if I enjoyed myself, I said yes and told them about a few of my experiences. They did not seem angered by my having been there. I have no idea where this accusation got started.

Also, I was never fired from B3H. I left of my own accord and could have stayed a bit longer had I wanted. I did get two "needs improvement" ratings before my last improvement which was rated "good". And when I moved down to Riyadh to take a new position, that company did not explain to me the housing specifics, putting four teachers together in a small condo. One of the people I was in with threatened to kill my cat, which I had with me the whole time at B3H without incident. I did not use profanity or misbehave, but I was quite firm to the sick individual who made that threat, after being told having the cat with me was OK. I left.

One problem with teaching Saudi cadets is the lack of accountabily among the leaders. Lights out is not enforced in the barracks and cadets will stay up talking all night. When class begins at 630 am, down go their heads and trying to keep them awake is a real challenge. If a student becomes angry, they will report the teacher and spread lies about other things. I also had students who wanted me to change the answers they submitted on the biweekly tests to make them pass if they had failed and had to repeat the book. When I refused and tried to explain why, this too caused lies to be spread, petitions to be written against me. Some days, you just couldn't win. I had one student assigned to me who was told he was going to Texas to study before he started his two weeks with me. As a result, he did not give it any effort, and when I gave him the test, he blackened all the "A" bubbles and left after two minutes since it didn't matter. I had to grade it, and when he got a 28% I was blamed for his failure even though no one bothered to look at the test paper which would have told the story. I know for a fact that my rate of passing and failing grades was no better or worse overall than any other teacher.

The other problem related to inconsistencies regarding teaching style. Many teachers relied on pop culture videos to teach English, or so they said. This included movies rated R in the USA. I kept my videos related to the Defense Language Institute at Lackland AFB and the city of San Antonio, showing them where they would be going to complete their program. Yet, the colonel blamed me for "wasting time" with these videos when sometimes they were the only thing keeping students mildly interested, especially if they were sleepy.

There was one fight during my time there between two teachers. This was an anomaly, surely caused by stress. I worked for the last three months of my time there in the LRC, as stated, but not for the majority of my teaching. I never taunted students, but Jake encouraged them to harass me, stating that I was a Christian, when he brought his cadets to the LRC.

Some teachers did start feeding the cadets coffee and snacks, for two reasons: one, to get them awake in the morning, and two, to assure them of loyalty. I did not do this, as it broke down military discipline - our manager, Dale Williams, stated this in a write up given to Mr, Wallace after a colonel's complaint. I know this because Jake posted it in a YouTube video in verbal attacks on every member of B3H's leadership. B3H moved out of this contract in January 2016, and its successor, Blue Force, is currently on the way out as well. Apparently the Royal Saudi Air Force is not satisfied with anyone yet will not take responsibility for their own actions which contribute to the low rate of return on their investment, the education of their cadets. Most of the teachers try hard, some do not. I was one who did try.

If anyone reading this is considering Saudi Arabia as a teaching destination, I encourage you to go. I worked three Saudi positions before the RSAF with no difficulties, and had many hardworking and caring students who wanted to achieve. Just be warned that the military may not be a place for you if you wish to really teach and am serious about your job. They will not appreciate it.

Thank you for allowing me to express my side of this matter. And, I wish to say that Lucas, Jason and Dominick were all good teachers who also cared about their students and wanted the best for them. I was proud to work with them.   

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Chapman entangles Royal Saudi Air Force officers in the fraud to conceal the black mold epidemic

AUTHOR: Jake - (United States)


Chapman's skill set includes threats, deception, fraud, lying to employees and federal officials and using Royal Saudi Air Force Officers to conceal the black mold epidemic at Mishall Compound, Golden Belt, Al Khobar, However, when it came to operating a defense languages contract in Saudi, Chapman is an utter failure. 

Here we have Robert Chapman, Dale Williams, and Glenda Mylady, writing me up for serving tea & coffee, when the event attached never happened as documented. Another teacher was involved who wasn't written up. Chapman cites two RSAF officers in the fraudulent write up. This was stage #1 to fire me after I informed B3H (Feb 27, 2015) of the DOD IG report. The coffee & tea write up was 5-days after disclosing a DOD Inspector General complaint. Nexus?


 6-days early B3H had offered a management position. Forwarded message ---------- From: Glenda Mlady Date: Sat, Feb 21, 2015 at 2:26 AM Subject: Recap: Jake Wallace / ELT To: Saudi-Jake Wallace Cc: "HR@B3H" , Harley Hammond , Dale Williams Jake Jake The attachments you sent are blanked out. It is not possible for us to discern the info as you can see. Thank you for the phone call today. You made many interesting points. Have I missed anything? To recap: · You prefer to be an ELT rather than management. · You will be resent Paylocity login and password since you are required to fill out your time sheet daily. · You will provide B3H with medical info. · You will be resent Paylocity login and password since you are required to fill out your time sheet daily. · You will provide B3H with medical info. · You understand the Mishal housing is paid by B3H. again, thank you. Glenda on behalf of B3H Corp


 Glenda Mlady Director of Recruiting 

B3H Corporation 51 3rd St, Bldg 1 Shalimar, 

FL 32579 850.651.3443 (Corp FL office) 

850.624.3714 (cell) 850.651.4648 (Corp FL Fax) 

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Chapman lawyers-up to defraud Arbitration and continue the criminal concealment of the black mold epidemic

AUTHOR: Jake - (United States)


Chapman lawyers-up to defraud Arbitration and continue the criminal concealment of the black mold epidemic


It must be exhausting to be B3H president, Robert Chapman, Chapman eagerly spends taxpayer dollars to conceal his criminal scheme. The public resources wasted, bribes,

attorney fees, back-slapping, private investigators to discredit whistleblowers, all takes its toll

But Chapman, has to act the criminal because taking responsibility isn’t in his skillset. Here we have Chapman actively misrepresenting documented facts in the never ending tale to conceal Chapman’s criminal conduct.


Here we have B3H's attorney in a very preliminary measure, where I attempt to gain emergency arbitration in Saudi Arabia.. A great example of B3H's fraud. This is  why the American Arb Assoc and B3H tanked the process, the facts were unfavorable to B3H, but through their own false and malicious statements, we see the fraud.


B3H stated:


- no other employees complained of the black mold

-the NLRB investigated and found no cause. No, the NLRB does not investigate outside the USA.

-that OSHA investigated. No, OSHA never did and stated that B3H was required to act as OSHA in KSA

-the worker's comp case is a fraud.

-I filed a 30-day notice to quit and B3H terminated me well before the 30-days

-failed to pay wages for the 30-day notice period

-B3H claims there's no evidence of the black mold, we know they concealed it from 2013-Crayon Box

- we have many employees reporting illnesses

-US contractor's office, Col. Bobby Holland, failed to meet with me even though UCO said he would. Holland & Chapman colluded

to conceal the mold


B3H claimed.


This allegation is without merit. There is no evidence of “Black Mold” (Stachybotrys chartarum) in the building. Further, Medical reports provided by the Claimant do not indicate any form of occupational illness. B3H believes this to be a frivolous complaint designed solely to support the claimant’s prior request for additional compensation, in the form of a housing allowance. Since the inception of this program, 50+ employees have resided in the quarters B3H provides and not one, except Wallace, has complained that the accommodations are unhealthy, substandard, or less than suitable in any way. An inspection by the US Government Contracting Officer’s representative on 29 March 2015 identified no health concerns of  


B3H failed to cite that under KSA Ministry of Labor, any worker employed for 90-days + has full employment rights under KSA labor law. I had an active lawful labor case.


"Claimant is a US citizen who was employed by a US corporation in a relationship governed by Florida law. Claimant resigned his employment. B3H has discharged its obligations to the Claimant. Claimant has no inherent right to remain in Saudi Arabia"


Again, B3H repeats false information in an ongoing attempt to conceal the black mold epidemic at Mishall compound.


Claimant’s has repeatedly made unfounded allegations that accommodations provided by B3H are unhealthy and harbor “Black Mold” (Stachybotrys chartarum). These allegations have been fully investigated by USG officials and found to be without merit; USG found the accommodations appropriate and suitable. Claimant was not entitled to a supplemental housing allowance and B3H specifically informed claimant on 26 Feb that it would not provide him a one. Finally, Claimant’s assertion that B3H engaged in unfair labor practices has been investigated by the National Labor Relations Board and dismissed without any action or adverse comment


False as well, B3H failed to have Defense Base Act insurance when the worker's comp was filed. B3H failed to post worker's comp and failed to act as OSHA. Failed to comply with Saudi Labor Laws.


At no time has Respondent failed to comply with the State of Florida laws, U.S. federal laws, or foreign country Saudi laws for its employees.


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 B3H Admits in a Phone Call to the Black Mold Cover-Up but Lies about it.

AUTHOR: Jake - (United States)

 B3H Admits in a Phone Call to the Black Mold Cover-Up but Lies about it.

Here we have Jake Wallace & HR-Glenda Mlady, discussing the black mold epidemic right after the death of Tom Hays, approx Feb. 2015. HR talks in circles with idiotic statements but shows they knew prior to this that employees were getting sick. Robert Chapan’s benefit/cost analysis did not include protecting our health.

A few niblets of the outlandish comments & cover up by B3H

-before we hit the panic button---I am a mother, grandmother
-I don’t know what I know
-facts or thoughts
-bugs & damp envir. World wide---rodents in the attic

  • -Get it resolved (by concealing it)
  • -Mold remediation guy household vinegar
  • -Not so pronounced ever before
  • -Bugs flying around -US wicked year for bugs
  • -Flag raised a year ago -Mold is normal
  • -I thought it was resolved
  • -Remember Phillip?
  • -I thought it was cleaned and re mediated
  • -This is much bigger than me & you
  • -Robert Chapman hid in his Florida office as he bribed his way out of it
  • -Tom Hays dead Jan. 2015 & Robert Jolliff dead June 2015
  • -I have to talk to my bosses
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Chapman conceals mold epidemic and threatens us. Read employee accounts describing mycotoxin exposure

AUTHOR: Jake - (United States)


Employee’s intro to a Crayon Box thread to discuss the black mold mycotoxin epidemic at the Mishall Compound, Golden Belt, Al Khobar. Out of respect for my former colleagues, I will use their initials. Chapman quickly started threatening employees and he demanded the thread be taken down.


M.M._Janaury 26, 2015-


Hey everyone,


I`m emailing as a follow-up to the discussion we had during the town hall meeting.  We all know there`s a problem with this building and it needs to be resolved.  Due to the rather unfortunate news that we`ve received in our recent meetings, I didn`t really want to start a lively debate at work.  Numerous coworkers have mentioned that, despite only having been back a short while, they`ve already felt symptoms of being sick.  I, myself, have started to have a productive cough again after only a few days and I`m not usually one to get sick easily.  The management here at Mishal needs to get professionals here and clean out the air ducts as well as bleach/scrub down the 4th, 5th, and 6th floors.  With the amount that B3H is paying for this place, I feel like they owe it to us.  Let me be clear, I do not want to move somewhere else, I like it here a lot.


I`m sure some of you can chime in here with stories/photos of the conditions.


^^^The unfortunate new was that Tom Hays died in Sharmal Sheik, Egypt, while on a short vacation, days before. B3H never informed Tom’s family/attorney of the mold issue. .





I went out and bought a purifier today, but that's just a temporary solution. I've had a persistant cold and ear ache since returning, the very thing Neil described. It hurts my lower right ear and the top of my throat when I swallow. I would poke to hear what the management of this place tilde Bob Chapman after we raised our concerns to him. If ally, I've been up on the fourth and fifths floors, and it's unbearable to even breath. I can only imagine what is on our levels.


I have to weigh-in on this potential "sick building syndrome" condition that was discussed in the town hall meeting.  I have been in varying degrees of an illness that includes fatigue, insomnia, runny nose, congestion, coughing, mild headaches and other symptoms since arriving in late October. I am not sickly nor an insomniac and rarely get a cold.  This has resulted in lower quality outcomes in the workplace. I have never called in sick. I am concerned of my overall well being and any residual effects.  I am considering applying for medical leave as a relief mechanism.


I understand that this represents an enormous problem and potential liability for B3H.  It was foreseeable, if  a thorough walk through and/or disclosure by B3H and/or compound overseers had taken place.  I would suggest that B3H be proactive and immediately have the building professionally assessed. In that assessment, the presence of asbestos should also be tested as this building material was commonly used in KSA in 2004. I have included some recent pictures of floor #5. Once one summits on F5 the milieu becomes intoxicating and insufferable.


Jake Wallace




If the building management thinks that this issue confines itself to floors 4 and 5, they would be incredibly naïve.  I have been feeling sick a lot since I got here 14 months ago and have had my filters changed often.  When I arrived back from this past break, within a day I was feeling congested and coughing to a far greater degree than when I was out of the building.  B3H DOES need to be proactive with the Mishal management about this issue - they cannot turn a blind eye to this issue.




I'm not one to complain much about anything, but in matters of personal health and well-being, some words are necessary. Often, in my apartment, I experience a congested feeling, like what the old TV ads would call "post-nasal drip" and I have to constantly keep clearing my throat. It sometimes becomes a bit more difficult to breathe. As a life-long asthmatic, I am acutely aware of even subtle changes in atmosphere and odors that may bring on an attack. This could be brought on by whatever monster lurks in the a/c system. To add to the problems others are experiencing, I have to say that I am also considerably affected by the stink of others' cigarette smoke wafting through the a/c vents and through the corridors....particularly in the early morning and late afternoon. I have commented on this before. If people want to kill themselves with cigarettes, that's their choice...but why drag others like me along on the trip? Just my two-cents.




I guess I can chime in on this as well. I am very concerned with the mold problem as it can be very dangerous. I have been chronically tired and nauseated since being back. While I can't be 100% sure the mold in the building is the cause, there is a strong correlation between my symptoms and living in the building. At the very least, the mold should be tested to decide if it is the type of mold that could be causing all of the problems the teachers are experiencing (all of which are symptoms of Black Mold according to the linked article)


Dale Williams: Project Manager who actively concealed the issue.



B3H takes health issues very seriously.  Before I departed I had requested an air quality inspection of the building by Oasis, and we will follow up with them to ensure that it has been completed, and share the results with you.

We will also make arrangements to purchase (or reimburse) HEPA air filters for all rooms.  If you have already purchased one, keep the receipt and I will reimburse you after I return.

The fine dust that permeates the air in Saudi probably contributes to respiratory irritation.  This wave of respiratory problems is not confined to Mishal or even Oasis.  In fact, it is not even unique to the Kingdom--there appears to be a world-wide issue with upper respiratory problems right now, including back here in the States.  I’ve seen it with my family, in the airports I transited getting back here, and I understand that it has also affected B3H corporate staff.

Rest assured that B3H is taking action on this issue and is working with Oasis to make your accommodations as free as possible from any health risks.






"When toxic black mold does grow in the home it's usually in a place out of sight. Toxic black mold needs a lot of moisture for a long time before it can begin to grow. This is why it often grows where there has been a water leak hidden from view. Leaks inside walls, above ceilings or under floors are common causes of toxic black mold."

Jake Wallace


Dale Williams,


I do not recall you citing in a staff meeting that an environmental air quality assessment will be performed through Oasis. Do we know when? I do recall you stating that purifiers will be purchased and shared amongst the studios.


Oasis has an inherent conflict of interest and B3H  needs to ensure that no corruption or funny business is involved with the air quality assessment findings. As I said, asbestos testing should be included in the assessments.  




Thanks for the update, Dale. There is no doubt dust is a contributing factor in this dry and windy environment, but it is particularly worrisome that our residence, itself, may be generating and introducing harmful substances into our living quarters. I second Jake's concern that the environmental sampling be conducted by a reputable third party and that we receive a report directly from them. Oasis, themselves, conducting the testing or Oasis relaying the results to us would be so suspect as to be worthless.




I lived for two years in Oman (2010-2012), where it was drier and dustier than here AND I smoked back then.  I didn't have anywhere near the respiratory issues when I lived there as I have had here (unless I was out and about and got caught in a dust storm).  I've had fewer symptoms and have been breathing easier since I got an air purifier 10 days ago, but the symptoms are back today ... headache, sore throat, pressure in the ears, nausea ... did anyone else notice a sudden increase in symptoms today?




I did not, however, I am no better. I did see maintenance swapping out filters in some studios yesterday.  This could have stirred things up. The anecdotal evidence points to this building "breaking bad." I realized I have been fatigued and other since arriving and that this has become "normal." I went to the doctor on Sunday at Saad. After he saw the mold pictures he was taken aback . He ordered several blood tests and re diagnosed.  I am now on stand-by in the potential offending building as Shalimar responds to a letter I wrote seeking medical leave off compound and/or housing relocation.




Jake:  Could you be a little more specific about what you meant by "taken aback" and "re-diagnosed"?  Any details about what we might be up against and the potential long term health issues?  I've heard that, once fungal infections take hold in the body, especially in the lungs, they can be quite difficult to eradicate.




The other factor to consider is the long term, continuous exposure to low levels of hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S = "sewer gas"), which is highly toxic, and is noticeable both in the compound and in the work environment.




Well I am finally on crayon box now so I figured I would weigh in on this as to help show that it is not just simply a small handful of hypochondriacs or fringe personal overreacting to something.  This is in fact a real and serious concern. Dave Ingram himself, former management staff also chimed in at the town hall meeting with the same concerns.  There are countless others with the same concerns and symptoms who haven't posted here, but it is important to bear in mind this is not a minority report.  


I have seen the mold for myself and have been up to the higher floors.  I have had all the same symptoms since living in the building and only when I am living in the building.  Trips to Bahrain have been void of any such symptoms as well as my time away on vacations.  I feel much better shortly after leaving and am perfectly fine for the duration of any stay outside of the building, and the symptoms resume almost immediately after returning to Mishal.  


I was in the states in the middle of winter for almost 3 weeks and didn't even have a sniffle.  Within a a couple days of being back in Mishal I was sick again, went to the hospital and was put on antibiotics for pharyngitis (possibly misdiagnosed).  It wasn't simply something I picked up on the flight back as I wasn't sick for the initial day or two after arriving back to Mishal.  Halfway through my antibiotics our January break was underway and I felt like a million bucks for the entire trip away.  As per usual, within a day or two of returning to Mishal, the symptoms resumed.  


The symptoms have been especially worse for the last couple days due to the fact that I haven't been able to open my window (due to dust storms) to get at least some kind of "fresh" air into the apartment.   I can not simply chalk this up to the dust storms either as when I am at work, the symptoms slowly alleviate (even after walking outside to and from the canteen, a fair distance in these elements) and then the symptoms slowly resume not long after returning home to Mishal.  The worst of such symptoms seems to typically be in the morning after spending most of the afternoon, evening and all night in the apartment.  


I do not for a minute chalk this up to a worldwide or a nationwide phenomenon going on, as I saw zero evidence of this and experienced zero symptoms during my entire 3 weeks in Washington D.C. or any of my other break times away from Saudi Arabia and the Mishal apartments, not even while in Bahrain.  I have also talked to multiple people living in other compounds, including Aramco, and there is no case of this going on either.  


It would behoove B3H and Saad to take this matter seriously as not only the short term, but especially long term liability and repercussions could be potentially disastrous for all parties involved.  


Our first day in San Antonio back in July we were reminded of the fact that we were seen as "family" as B3H employees.  Personally I would not risk exposing any of my family to even the smallest potential health risk, but one look at those pictures and a 3 minute trip up to the higher floors in Mishal is a clear smoking gun for serious health risks.  Period.


Pres. Chapman hatches the plan to terminate me. Harlan Hammond is a liar.



to me, Robert, Glenda, Dale, Vic


Mr. Wallace,

B3H reviewed the Doctors report that you provided.

It does not offer a compelling medical reason for relocating from the apartment complex provided by B3H.

If you would like to change apartments in the complex, B3H will arrange it.  

If you elect to live elsewhere, it will be at your own expense.

It appears the requirements of this job are not compatible with your personal situation.  If so, B3H will work with you to develop an amicable exit strategy.




February 27, 2015


Mr. Chapman,


Since B3H has not directly spoken to the chief of infectious diseases and the immunologist, I'd caution B3H to not take this reactive stance on my medical issues with regard to the exposure of black mold at the Mishal Studio compound.  One can still be "healthy" and have allergen symptoms to black mold. Health is defined as good blood pressure, sugar levels and other positive blood tests. The immunologist also referenced in the letter that mold exposure can take up to two years to show a positive test result, which does not nullify the symptoms.  SAAD hospital staff were well aware and concerned that the black mold pictures were taken at a SAAD compound.  This created a conflict of interest and what three doctors stated in person was never disclosed in the letter.


Other ELT's have complained for over a year about similar symptoms, which is memorialized in a Crayon Box thread. B3H and SAAD either knew about the black mold and its potential toxic allergen effects or should have known. I refer B3H to the CDC website that clearly states that apergillus is an allergen and that the symptoms that I have suffered and that SAAD hospital confirmed are potentially linked to the exposure of black mold.  B3H does not have the luxury of sitting on the fence while never having conducted any due diligence like air and environmental tests and make decisions that are solely financially motivated and not "mission" related.  B3H can not state that the black mold doesn't present an association to the symptoms in light of that doctor’s note and statement of the "sick building syndrome."  


B3H's is contractually required to provide  "western style" living conditions as outlined in the employment agreement/contract and the initial bidding contract through the DOD. The conditions at Mishal violate this agreement.  B3H is aware as of yesterday, that a DOD waste, fraud and abuse complaint has been filed against them for alleged violations (see attached). I spoke with the inspector general at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, last Friday. That IG affirmed B3H as the contractor and I updated the IG that B3H was not acting professionally. The complaint is now being forwarded to the IG at the Air Combat Command Headquarters, Langley.


Also attached to this email is a FOIA request. Requested is a complete copy of the approved DOD contract as written by B3H. The request also seeks a copy of B3H's full financial audit for the fiscal year of 2013. The requester pays all copy fees.


Finally, I have stated that I enjoy the position of ELT at the RASF and by signing a year lease, I have communicated to B3H my intent to stay on.




Jake Wallace


cc: IG Air Command Center, Langley, VA.




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Chapman's DOD Fraud Scheme

AUTHOR: Jake - (United States)

 Robert Chapman's fraud is epic. After under bidding the contract, Chapman crafted several fraud schemes to allow Chapman to discharge any professional employee, while retaining several grossly unprofessional employees. The ethos were that if one did not rattle their ATM or attempt to improve deliverables, their gross misconduct would be ignored. Royal Saudi Air Force termination recommendations were ignored, although employees the RSAF wanted to retain were fried. The RSAF ended up creating a no hire list with the new contract. Who were some of these miscreants? 1) Andrew Wanner: Wanner was so unfit to be an instructor that he was immediately assigned to the LRC-a non teaching position. Wanner taunted Saudi cadets, whistled the Israel national anthem and the Saudi cadets hated him. He's grossly repugnant. RSAF asked that he be canned and after over a year of gross unprofessional conduct, the base general took away his base pass. After being shown the backdoor, Wanner took a job in Riyadh, where he was fired in four days for profanity and misconduct. 2) Lucas King: Maybe it was the steroids but King the hot head-operated a Chinese based online tech distribution business from his classroom on the Saudi base. Showed cadets soft porn and disrespected top RSAF officials, got into a physical fight with another teacher in class and was never fired. 3) Jason Rice: Unfit to teach due to some anxiety issues threw his keys to the floor and walked off the job/base. He was later promoted. 4) Dominic Ingles: Ol Dom decided to go out on double hernia operation w/o permission and missed over a weeks work. But bc he was gay as was the head teacher, old Dom was later promoted. ^ no employee handbook ^ no Policies & Procedures ^ a vague sick leave polciy ^ no worker's comp ^ non compliance with federal labor laws ^ failed to act as the onsite OSHA

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B3H Pres. Robert Chapman's Statements at Lackland AFB revealed the fraud.

AUTHOR: Jake - (United States)

  Robert Chapman followed in his father's foot steps but appears to be simple a caricature of the old man. A washed out carbon copy with his entitlement mentality, wallowing, grovelling in the shadow of Dad's success and the son's "give me more" attitude where Robert Chapman ll, is simple just a criminal now and retired AF colonel. Chapman can't get off the government teet. While giving a prep talk to a new group of teachers at Lackland, Chapman assured them that professionally instructing young Saudi AF cadets wasn't important and that teachers can simple write chits all day. That statement became the battle cry of many unprofessional teachers and was frequently repeated through out the company. As we will see in the end, Chapman's own words almost tank Dad's company and saw the loss of a huge contract.

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