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Retired General Demoted 2 Ranks After Sexual Assault Investigation

February 3, 2017

From the Military.com website 

070910-f-jz501-926Retired Air Force General Arthur Lichte has been demoted to the rank of major general and will forfeit roughly $5,000 a month in retirement pay after the service’s Office of Special Investigations found that he engaged in inappropriate sexual acts while in uniform.

Lichte, who retired Jan. 1, 2010, after more than 38 years of service, could have been charged with conduct unbecoming an officer, adultery, and having an unprofessional relationship under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, but those charges have a statute of limitations, Air Force spokeswoman Ann Stefanek told Military.com on Wednesday.

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