"SEX FOR SWO PIN" - FORMER SKIPPER OF THE
USS ANZIO SAID TO HAVE SOLICITED "BJ" FROM
FEMALE SUBORDINATE AT DRUNKEN PARTY NEAR
NORFOLK - CAPT BRIAN SORENSON - 1991 USNA
GRAD - ALLEGEDLY "SEXUALLY HARRASSED" THE
CREW MEMBER WHILE "THREE SHEETS TO THE
WIND" - INVESTIGATIVE REPORT CITES 25-YEAR
NAVY VET ASKED MALE SAILOR IF HE LIKED ANAL
SEX - "HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT" CLAIMED
BY CREW ABOARD GUIDED MISSILE CRUISER

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CAPT Brian SorensonApparently, the former skipper of the USS Anzio can't hold his liquor.

MiitaryCorruption.com has learned an NCIS investigative report says CAPT Brian Sorenson sexually harassed a female subordinate during a drunken party near Norfolk in August 2015.

To be explicit, it is alleged the 25-year Navy veteran propositioned the female to "perform a sex act" on him.

"I figured the captain was drunk, so I joked I'd do it for an SWO (Surface Warfare Officer) pin," the gal recalled. "When he said he couldn't do that, Sorenson then asked if he could perform a sexual act on me."

Sources say the soused warship captain didn't get his wish. Instead, the female Navy member reported him for sexual harassment. He "went down" all right, but not in the way he wanted to.

ASKED MALE SAILOR IF HE "LIKED" ANAL SEX

The 1991 Naval Academy graduate got into more trouble on the van ride from the local bar back to his ship. He reportedly asked the male driver if he "liked anal sex." When the 47 year-old commander sobered up, he called together his chiefs and 30 officers, in separate meetings, and urged them not to tell anything about his hijinks.

One officer told investigators he was incensed that Sorenson implied that it was partly his officers' fault that they "let him" get so drunk at the party. "He tried to blame part of his own misconduct on us," fumed a lieutenant.

Among the charges against the Annapolis ring-knocker are being drunk in public, keeping personal firearms aboard the Anzio, and indecent language.

NAVY SECRETARY TO DETERMINE PUNISHMENT

Sorenson was hauled before an admirals' mast, but other than being relieved of command of the Ticonderoga-class cruiser last September, the four-striper is still in the Navy and serving as a desk officer without loss of rank.

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus will ultimately decide Sorenson's fate.

The captain was commanding officer of two destroyers - the Mitscher and Buckeley - prior to his becoming boss on the cruiser Anzio in November 2014.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: -- Kudos to the Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk for finally shaking loose the 126-page investigative report via a FOIA request. Congratulations!]

 

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