PYEONGTAEK, South Korea — Lawyers at Kunsan Air Base were to make closing arguments Tuesday in the court-martial of an Air Force lieutenant accused of fraternization, indecent language and indecent assault.

Prosecutors have accused 1st Lt. Erik S. Thompson of the 8th Fighter Wing with improperly touching a female junior enlisted airman and of using indecent language toward her.

And prosecutors accuse Thompson of dancing with a female noncommissioned officer in a provocative manner, inviting her to come home with him and attempting to touch her in an inappropriate manner.

Those accusations led to the fraternization charge, wing officials said Monday.

The alleged offenses occurred the night of March 18, according to the prosecution, during a unit going-away party that began on base and then continued at an off-base location.

Further details on the case were not available Monday from wing officials.

Thompson’s court-martial began Saturday and resumed Monday.

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