Beasley worked with sexual assault survivors for three decades – 10 of those years at the Air Force Academy.
"Do you believe that there are some commanders at the Air Force Academy who believe that cadets are making up sexual assault charges?"
"CBS News has learned that two attacks on Falcon Trail behind the Air Force Academy occurred," O'Donnell said.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson, superintendent of the Air Force Academy from 2013 to August of this year, provided a statement: "During my tenure, I viewed those entrusted with the care of sexual assault victims as having a sacred duty.
When members in the (Sexual Assault Prevention and Response) office demonstrated they were not up to that task, we immediately initiated an investigation, took actions appropriate to the findings, and worked tirelessly to ensure victims received the care they deserved.