The United States Air Force Special Operations Command is investigating a rather curious matter- a combat drone squadron infested with “furries” who wear sex toys in uniform.
The drone squadron, which is based at New Mexico’s Cannon Air Force Base, reportedly has an issue with officers, NCOs and enlisted alike wearing merchandise bearing the logo from the “Bad Dragon” sex toy company.
While the toys are reportedly popular with the “furry” kink community, part of the explanation may be a tongue-in-cheek comparison with the brand name to the nickname of the 3rd Special Operations Squadron (SOS)- known as the “Dragons.”
According to JustTheNews, Attorney R. Davis Younts is representing several whistleblowers who claim the Bad Dragon fixation promotes a culture of sexual harassment, which was reflected by the squadron’s poor results on a recent climate survey.
The issue reportedly involves those of all ranks, and one notable “Bad Dragon” is former director of operations Lt. Col. Alberto Gilroy, who is now in charge of the 65th SOS at Hurlburt Field in Florida.
AFSOC has sworn to crack down on the issue, stating it “seriously considers any allegations of inappropriate unit climate and culture.”
“We are committed to ensuring a climate and culture throughout AFSOC that ensures every Airman’s safety, and that all Airmen are treated with dignity and respect,” the unit said in a statement.
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