Arthur Kent received the nickname, "The Scud Stud," while reporting for NBC during the Persian Gulf War in 1991. Kent was relieved of his position in 1992 after accusations of misconduct and bizarre behavior.
Arthur Kent worked with NBC for three years as a prominent journalist and reporter. Conflicts between Kent and NBC over proper procedures and his ability to cover particular news stories raised flags to Kent's credibility. NBC fired Kent when conflicts could not be resolved, and Kent went on to campaign to clear his name of wrong accusations. Kent is described as a professional, yet passionately bizarre reporter.