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Air Force Academy Review Panel Sets Second Public Meeting

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Old July 10th 03, 02:39 AM
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Air Force Academy Review Panel Sets Second Public Meeting

(EXCERPT) PRESS ADVISORY from the United States Department of Defense

No. PRESS ADVISORY Jul 08, 2003 Jul 08, 2003

The panel established to review sexual misconduct allegations at the
United States Air Force Academy will conduct its second public meeting
Friday, July 11, 8 a.m. to noon MDT, in Colorado Springs, Colo. The
hearing will be held in the Colorado Springs City Hall, 107 N. Nevada
St. (corner of Kiowa and Nevada,), 3rd floor, and is open for media

Three separate hearings are scheduled:

+ Hearing 1 Former Air Force Academy Leadership Lt. Gen. John D.
Dallager, former Superintendent; Brig. Gen. S. Taco Gilbert III,
former Commandant of Cadets; and Col. Sue Slavec, former Training
Group Commander. + Hearing 2 Victim and Witness Services
Representatives Jennifer Bier, Trust Education Safety Support Action
(TESSA) group, 1997-2003; Janet Kerr, formerly with TESSA for 17
years; Retired Lt. Col. Alma Guzman, Air Force Academy Cadet
Counseling Center; and Lt. Col. Robert J. Jackson, former Air Force
Academy Chief of Sexual Assault Services. + Hearing 3 Current Air
Force Academy Leadership Lt. Gen. John Rosa, Superintendent; Brig.
Gen. Johnny Weida, Commandant of Cadets; and Col. Debra Gray, Vice
Commandant of Cadets. The media point of contact is Glenn Flood, (703)
695-6294, or (719) 473-5600.

The panel, chaired by former Florida congresswoman Tillie K. Fowler,
is conducting a study of the policies, management and organizational
practices and cultural elements of the Academy that may have been
conducive to alleged sexual misconduct, including sexual assaults and
rape. A report of findings, conclusions and recommendations will be
submitted to the Secretary of Defense and the Chairmen of the Senate
and House Armed Services Committees upon completion of the study.


Otis Willie
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The American War Library

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