[quote=“TainanCowboy”][quote=“Namahottie”]In the summer of 2004, I was in China. I roomed with a girl who had been in the Air Force academy(?) in Colorado. Being a woman in the Air Force she had to deal with the presure of being in a patriarchal enviorment. So, she sought out conselling. During one of her sessions, she told me that her threapist had discussed with her various methods that are taught to soldiers to enable them to create pressure on a family in order for them give up the infidel of the family.
A solider is trained to rape the women in the family. Beginning with the youngest and working their way up to the oldest. All this in front of the men. Of course it is designed to deteriorate the will of the men, making them give into the pressure. . .[/quote]
I do not believe this story at all. . . this violates the Honor Code of the AF Academy. . .[/quote]
[quote]When five female Air Force Academy cadets reported that they had been raped by classmates, they sought some support from the military.
Instead, they were treated as if they were either crazy or promiscuous, says a former Air Force captain and founder of a group that tracks sexual assaults in the military.
The women say they were reprimanded for reporting the attack, and four have left the academy.[/quote]
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[quote]The Air Force has identified 54 cases of rape or sexual assault in its investigation into impropriety at the Air Force Academy and there are likely many more cadets who will not come forward, Air Force Secretary James Roche said Thursday.
“The part that is the saddest thing … whatever we see, whatever the number is, 25, 50, there are probably a hundred more that we do not see,” Roche said during a hearing of the Senate Armed Services Committee. . .
Sen. Wayne Allard, R-Colo., said he believes the situation at the academy is worse than the 1991 Tailhook Scandal