(Washington, DC-AP) – The Air Force will not investigate Senator Martha McSally’s disclosure about being raped without her cooperation. McSally has said she did not report the rape at the time it occurred and won’t participate in an investigation.
The Arizona Republican disclosed this week that she had been raped by a superior officer while she was in the Air Force. A statement from the Air Force says it is ready to investigate if McSally decides to offer more information. McSally was a colonel when she retired from the Air Force and the first female fighter pilot to fly in combat.