Pity the USAF who have just eviscerated themselves....with a little help from a harpy in the U.S. Senate. This tragedy was nominally about an Army 2 star in Japan who was relieved a week early for "allegedly failing to report or properly investigate an allegation of sexual assault, the Army said Friday."
Set that poor bastard aside since this is the news and they seldom get the facts right anyway. Consider the second half of the article that addresses the Air Force office formerly run by a Lieutenant Colonel who was allegedly assaulting women and beaten up by one for his troubles. That office is now to be led by "Maj. Gen. Margaret H. Woodward, who ran the U.S. portion of the allied air campaign over Libya in 2011 and is one of the Air Force's brightest stars. A command pilot with more than 3,800 flight hours, she flew aerial refueling aircraft and commanded air operations in numerous U.S. military operations, including the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. As commander of 17th Air Force, based in Germany, she commanded the U.S. portion of the allied air campaign over Libya in 2011. Most recently she served as the Air Force's chief of safety."