Arizona Senator Martha McSally, The First Female Combat Veteran In The U.S. Air Force, Says She Was 'Preyed Upon And Raped' By A Senior Officer

FOX News: Arizona GOP Sen. Martha McSally says she was 'preyed upon and then raped' in Air Force by superior officer

Sen. Martha McSally, the first female fighter pilot to fly in combat, disclosed during an emotional Senate hearing on Wednesday she was "preyed upon and then raped" in the Air Force by a superior officer.

The Arizona Republican, who served 26 years in the Air Force, made the disclosure during a Senate hearing on sexual assault allegations in the military. McSally said she didn't report the assault because she didn't trust the system, and was ashamed and confused.

“My drive to fight against sexual assault in the ranks is not from the outside looking in," McSally began. "And it is deeply personal."

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WNU Editor: She is 100% right .... McSally says sexual assault in the military threatens national security (Politico).

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