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The U.S. Air Force is reviewing criticisms of security at the space agency Bezos

According to a group of employees and ex-employees, Blue Origin prioritizes speed and cost savings over resources to ensure quality when making decisions.

An employee who claims he was unfairly fired two years ago is the driving force behind the allegations. But according to the FAA, who the allegations come from is irrelevant. The controller said any allegations related to security would be taken seriously.

In addition to the questionable safety choices, Blue Origin is said to have a “toxic” workplace culture. Also, a few years ago a high-profile driver was charged with multiple counts of sexual abuse. But according to critics it would never have been done.

Blue Origin said in a statement that it would investigate new allegations of misconduct. Furthermore, the company insists that its new Shepherd is a safe spacecraft designed or built.

Last summer, Rich Bezos went into space with the new Shepherd. Blue Origin wants to sell tourist aircraft on the edge of the atmosphere. Bezos’ company is in fierce competition with many billionaires such as Richard Branson (Virgin Galactic) and Elon Musk (SpaceX).

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