One of the members of Navy SEAL Team 6 who was named the Sailor of the year, was charged with impersonating other civilians through text to get the nude pictured of girls, according to todays report.
The man of the elite Navy SEAL 6 Aron Howard faces a general court for the allegations made against him, reported by the Virginian-Pilot on Friday afternoon.
Aron’s civil defense attorney, Michael Waddington, had told the newspaper that Navy did not find the alleged pictures of nude women on Howard’s personal cellphone.
According to Waddington, the only connection to Howard in those messages were some references to once being stationed in San Diego and to using kettlebells, which doesn’t narrow things down to the point.
Waddington added to the report that he will try and have the case dismissed at a next week’s hearing. If it’s not, Howard will plead not guilty.
The spate of controversies follow the charges present on Friday for normally secretive organization.
A report released from Navy Tomes on Tuesday said that six members of the SEAL Team 10 were also caught in connection with cocaine use during 2018 and cheated their way through their drug tests.