Former Air Force instructor sentenced for sex with recruits

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SAN ANTONIO, TX – Former Air Force boot-camp instructor Christopher Jackson will spend a hundred days in jail, but gets to stay in the Air Force, despite pleading guilty to having sex with two women while they were in technical training schools at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, and at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston.

Prosecutors wanted to give him six months and kick him out of the service. Instead, he’ll get busted in rank and have to do 30 days of hard labor.

Jackson is just one of thirty basic-training instructors at Lackland the Air Force believes had sex with 56 female recruits.

Jackson apparently didn’t force the women to have sex with him. In fact, one woman calls him a friend and plans to be his friend after he gets out.

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