Superintendent of the academy Vice Admiral Michael Miller has referred midshipmen Eric Graham and Joshua Tate to general court-martial proceedings, according to The New York Times. Midshipman Tra'ves Bush was spared the charges, The Times reports.
The high-profile case stems from an incident in 2012 involving a 20-year-old female midshipman who arrived intoxicated at a party off-campus and had sex with some of the Navy's football players. During testimonies at a military hearing in September, the female said she had no memory of parts of the night.
An Article 32 hearing in the case wrapped in September.
See previous articles on the issue:
- Attorneys Complete Arguments in Naval Academy Sexual Assault Case
- Naval Academy to Begin Classes on Sexual Assault Prevention
- Naval Academy Football Players to Face Sexual Assault Charges