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Let's say that this is well there -- some new details in the widening sex scandal.
At one of the nation's busiest military training centers Texas senator Kay Bailey Hutchison.
Says that she does support congressional hearings to investigate these allegations.
At San Antonio's -- on air force base the US air force -- says that 31 female recruits were sexually assaulted.
By a dozen male drill instructors.
Casey Stegall is looking into this for -- in Dallas.
He see this scandal really has started to explode -- -- -- really has it was first made public about a year ago when a female airman down there are accused one of her superiors of rape.
And then that is really when this started to unravel once the US military began looking into the matter they discovered that it actually been going on for about.
Three years since 2009.
And now a total of twelve training instructors a lock when the air force base.
Are being investigated for sexual misconduct.
Female trainees have been identified.
As victims we understand the misconduct ranging from rape to sexual in appropriateness through social media.
And even text messaging we should tell you that all US air force recruits -- -- -- basic training at -- -- end.
And that is roughly 35000.
People they go through that program.
Every single year -- them.
And since a small portion of them obviously but serious situation that does need investigating in what has been the fallout from all of this Casey.
What nine of the twelve accused instructors were all part of the same training squadron and the commander of the 331.
Has been relieved from his post.
A two star general has also been tapped to lead the air education and training command investigation.
Which would look at changing policies and procedures to make sure that it does not happen again.
And of course some lawmakers in Washington.
Are now Chiming in.
Well of course it's very troubling.
What has been -- coverage it Lachlan and when someone.
That is training another person takes advantage of that person.
It's unacceptable and is certainly against all of the military codes of conduct.
And democratic congresswoman Jackie -- of California has already sent a letter to the house armed services committee requesting.
Hearing her office telling Fox News that the congresswoman has not yet received a response.
To her requests we're gonna stay on top of it because the numbers we understand.
Could even go from here -- -- Said he grabbed Casey thank you.
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