CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Air Force's top civilian leader is on a fact-finding mission following cheating and drug scandals in the command that oversees the nation's nuclear missiles.

Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James is scheduled to visit Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota Wednesday, a day after visiting Wyoming's F.E. Warren Air Force Base.

The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reported James addressed a large crowd there and also met with airmen in smaller sessions. She said she heard concerns about the career implications of missing an answer or two on the command's monthly tests. She said she's interested in exploring whether the Air Force is putting the right emphasis on the tests.

James said she also picked up on some "morale issues" but remains confident about the capability of the nation's nuclear forces.

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