Military

Air Force Goes on Porn Hunt

Finds hundreds of pornographic movies or pictures on computers or displayed in common areas

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A worldwide inspection of U.S. Air Force facilities uncovered more than 631 pornographic movies, videos, DVDs, posters, magazines and other material that were either stored on computer servers or displayed in common areas at bases, according to a report released Friday. The hunt also 31,585  other instances of "unprofessional" and "offensive" material—including some that was racially insensitive, it said.

The  search and report come on the heels of allegations that sexual misconduct is rampant within the Air Force and mounting complaints from Congress and women's groups that the service has tolerated a "culture"  of disrespect for women. Other branches of the U.S. military have been the subject of similar complaints.