Lackland Photographer Gets Two Years Prison For Sex Acts With Area High School Students

Apr 29, 2014

The 37th Training Wing Building at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, where courts-martial are held.
Credit Eileen Pace / TPR News

A former Air Force photographer from Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland is headed to prison after a military jury found him guilty of performing sex acts with local high school students on a camping trip.

The seven-member jury sentenced Airman First Class Nathan Wilson-Crow to two years confinement on charges of indecent exposure, committing lewd acts in the presence of a minor, inappropriate sexual conduct, and providing alcohol to a minor.

Wilson-Crow was charged with several counts and specifications of sexual misconduct after a camping trip last year with an O’Connor High School ROTC class. Students testified that Wilson-Crow had played “truth or dare” sex games with them after sneaking out of their dorm rooms at the camp.

The 22-year-old airman was found not guilty of rape and two lesser sexual misconduct charges.

Wilson-Crow earlier this month pleaded guilty to a list of other charges that carried a possible 17 years in prison. The jury on Saturday sentenced the airman to a reduction in rank to E-1 status and a dishonorable discharge, along with loss of all pay and benefits.