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Airman Charged With Sex Crimes to Face a Judge At Lackland Today

Airman Charged With Sex Crimes to Face a Judge At Lackland Today

  After a breather of several months, Lackland Air Force Base returns to the bad old days today, as an Airman appears in court on sexual misconduct charges.

 

  Airman First Class Nathan Wilson-Crow, who is an Air Force photographer and a member of the 3rd Combat Camera Squadron, is charged with several offenses in connection with a bizarre game of 'truth or dare' with underage O'Connor High School girls at a high school sponsored summer camp near Rocksprings last summer.

 

  Wilson-Crow is charged with performing lewd acts in the presence of a minor, and indecent exposure in connection with the Rocksprings incident.

 

  He is also charged with wrongful sexual contact and rape in connection with a separate incident.

 

  Wilson-Crow will be arraigned in the same courtroom where more than a dozen former Air Force Military Training Instructors were tried for sexually abusing and assaulting recruits in one of the biggest scandals to hit the U.S. military in recent decades.

 

  If convicted on the rape charge, Wilson-Crow faces the possibility of life in prison.

 

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