NBC News: 'Open season' for sex at Alaskan base, military officials say

John Wagner

NBC News reports the Army battalion commander at the Space and Missile Defense Command at Fort Greely is under investigation for allegedly creating an anything-goes environment for sexual activity at the post.

The story, attributed to unnamed "military and defense officials," says there "appear to be no allegations of sexual assault involved in the investigation. The sources report there are allegations that an officer or officers had sexual relations with female solders under their command."

According to one military official, "It's as if that was the only thing to do" at the remote Alaska base.

Read the full report here.