Air Force Investigates Growing Sex-abuse Scandal

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CBS NewsAir Force investigates growing sex-abuse scandalWashington PostThe Air Force is investigating a growing sexual-misconduct scandal in its basic-training operations, with a dozen male boot-camp instructors under suspicion of assaulting, harassing or having sex with female recruits. The case originated with a single ...31 Women Identified as Victims in Air Force Sex InquiryNew York TimesAETC commander addresses recruits' allegations of sexual misconductAir Force LinkSexual misconduct alleged in Air ForceNewsdayWall Street Journal -CNN -Chicago Tribuneall 298 news articles »

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