Lackland Air Base Recruits Given Sexual Harassment Surveys

Recruits at Lackland Air Base were given anonymous surveys in October to determine if sex abuse continues to be a problem. The survey comes after the convictions of more than two dozen instructors in the last year.  The 150-question survey includes questions about whether a recruit has been subjected to sexual harassment by instructors. According to San Antonio news station KENS-TV, more than 2,000 trainees have filled out the survey and there have been no new allegations of abuse. Since 2008, 26 instructors at Lackland have been convicted of rape, sexual assault and having inappropriate relationships with trainees.

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