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At Military Sexual Assault Hearing, Expect Mostly Men

Date Posted: Sunday, June 2, 2013

Category: Military Justice - National

Military leaders insisted for decades that they had the tools to stop sexual assault within the ranks, but no “silver bullet” solution. After years of trainings, public awareness campaigns, and other administrative directives failed to decrease the rate of military sexual violence, the Senate Armed Services Committee will hold its first full hearing in nearly 10 years, one that could lead to fundamental changes to the way the armed forces deal with a problem Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has called a “scourge.”

Read the full article at: MSNBC