That appears to be what the Stars and Stripes is claiming in this article:
The Army is investigating the commander of a battalion at the nation’s primary missile-defense base for condoning sexual affairs at the remote facility in Alaska, creating what subordinates called a “toxic environment.”
The service already was looking into the commander at Fort Greely, dedicated to defending the U.S. from incoming missiles, for promoting a World War II-style pinup calendar with photos of his wife and scantily clad female soldiers.
The investigation involving Lt. Col. Joseph Miley, the commander of the Alaska Army National Guard’s 49th Missile Defense Battalion, was confirmed in an e-mailed statement by Marco Morales, a spokesman for the Space and Missile Defense Command, who declined to discuss details…….
At Fort Greely, fraternization increased and enlisted soldiers seemed to get favorable treatment from officers for trading sexual favors because no disciplinary action was taken in cases of adultery, according to one of the three people, who said they spoke on condition of anonymity because the Army had forbidden them from discussing the allegations. (Stars and Stripes)
If you read the rest at the link you will see that the S&S links this case to the current sexual assault issue. It is ridiculous to equate adultery with rape. In the civilian world adultery is not even a crime. I think the S&S has probably given the special interests another idea of how to further inflate sexual assault statistics by including adultery as well.