DAYTON, Ohio (AP) -- A recent military crackdown on inappropriate material in work spaces found dozens of instances at an Ohio Air Force Base.
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base spokesman Daryl Mayer said nothing documented was deemed obscene, but there were 224 instances of "inappropriate" materials, such as photos, calendars and magnets.
Inspectors also counted 46 instances of "unprofessional" material with posters, cartoons, documents or coins at the base near Dayton.
The Dayton Daily News (http://bit.ly/VO4hEN ) reports that the crackdown at military bases around the world found hundreds of instances of pornography and tens of thousands of other items deemed inappropriate for work spaces.
The Air Force ordered the inspections at all of its installations in light of sexual misconduct complaints to the service's top military leader.
Information from: Dayton Daily News, http://www.daytondailynews.com