SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Two more instructors at a Texas Air Force training base have been charged with sexual misconduct as a sex scandal at the base grows.
Charges against Master Sgt. Jamey Crawford and Technical Sgt. Christopher Smith brought to 12 the number of sexual misconduct cases involving instructors at at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.
An Air Force statement Tuesday says Crawford is accused of an improper sexual relationship with a basic trainee, improperly providing alcohol to and consuming alcohol with the trainee, and committing adultery with the trainee. The statement says Smith improperly sought a personal and intimate relationship with a trainee, making sexual advances toward a trainee, conducting an improper personal relationship with another trainee, and obstructing justice.
The charges have been referred to special military court.
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