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Ex-Air Force pilot reports of rape

U.S. Senator Martha McSally was the first female pilot of the Air Force, the war operations. Now, they shocked the Public with serious allegations about her tim

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Ex-Air Force pilot reports of rape

U.S. Senator Martha McSally was the first female pilot of the Air Force, the war operations. Now, they shocked the Public with serious allegations about her time as a soldier. The Republican politician was reported by a superior officer sexually abused. As you later tried to talk to superiors about it, she felt, would "rape the System for me again and again".

The 52-year-old Senator from Arizona, reported her miserable experience at a hearing in Washington. Issue there is the handling of the military was sexual abuse – in addition to McSally, other victims of sexual violence came during the army service.

shame and confusion

McSally said, you have not made your rape formerly known to the world, because they trust the System, ashamed and confused. She was impressed and grateful that discovered other victims of the word, in order to prepare the systematic abuse in the military. At times you have even thought to leave the air force because of the incident. However, you have to stay to the decision to give women in the army and later in Congress a voice.

According to a prepared statement, you talked about your Pride in the military and their service to the country and their deep conflict, because you had to suffer abuse. You referred to "offenders" that they had sexually assaulted, a reference to the fact that she had been more than once abused. McSally took over the seat of the in the last year of the death of John McCain for the state of Arizona. In 2010, she retired from the military service.

replica Air Force

The Air Force said that it was appalled and deeply regret what was McSally. It is contrary to all of this, what it means to be an "Airman" said a statement from spokeswoman Carrie Volpe. "We stand behind you and all the Victims of sexual abuse."

In tax year 2017, the number of reported cases had risen suspected of sexual Assault in the military, according to a report by the Ministry of defence from 2018 to around ten percent. The Pentagon did get around 6800 cases in which U.S. soldiers as perpetrators or victims involved.

(fal/Reuters/afp)

Created: 07.03.2019, 10:58 PM

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