command chief master sergeant of 12th Air Force pleaded guilty on Oct.
12 of several violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice,
including sexual misconduct charges stemming from indecent recording of a
woman without her consent. CMSgt. Jose A. Barraza pleaded guilty in
front of a military judge at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz., to charges of
willfully disobeying an order, dereliction of duty, making false
official statements, indecent recording, and obstruction of justice,
according to an Air Combat Command release. Barraza was sentenced to 10
months of confinement, reduction in rank to E-4, and a reprimand.
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