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A widening sex scandal at Lackland Air Force Base has led to the dismissal of the top commander who oversees basic training for every new American airman, officials said Friday.
An Air Force instructor was sentenced to 20 years in prison Saturday, after being convicted of rape and sexual assault in a sweeping sex scandal that rocked one of the nation's busiest military training centers.
A sergeant charged with sexually assaulting female recruits at the Texas Air Force base where U.S. airmen go through basic training is a "consummate predator," a military prosecutor told jurors Tuesday at the outset of the officer's court-martial.
Military officials say the initial flirtations that Staff Sgt. Luis Walker directed at the women he trained at an Air Force base in Texas grew into something more sinister: threats and intimidation that eventually led to rape.