Sex charges against an Airman at Joint Base San Antonio Lackland stem from a game of Truth or Dare at a camp for ROTC students at O'Connor High School.
Two students took the witness stand Wednesday in the Article 32 hearing for Airman First Class Nathan Wilson-Crow, who's charged with inappropriate contact, performing lewd sexual acts on minors and indecent exposure.
"They perceived him to be a chaperone, so they testified they were taken aback when he began participating in two Truth or Dare games," said Joint Base San Antonio spokesman Brent Boller.
He says one of the games took place around 1:30 a.m at the camp near Rocksprings last April.
"One of the girls testified that Wilson-Crow massaged her bare back and exposed himself," said Boller. A 15-year-old girl also testified that Wilson-Crow kissed the breasts of another cadet."
The military photographer also is accused of rape in another incident at Calaveras Lake.
"A witness for the defense testified that he was with Wilson-Crow the night of the alleged rape, but he didn't hear any sounds of a struggle," said Boller.
A military investigating officer will review the testimony from the hearing and determine whether any of the charges against Wilson Crow will go to a court martial.
The ROTC instructor at O'Connor was placed on temporary leave last spring after the allegations surfaced against the airman, but he was allowed to return to his job about a month later.
Officials with the Northside Independent School District say the instructor did not get proper clearance for Wilson-Crow to make the trip as a chaperone.