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The Pentagon has said for years that tackling sexual assault is a top priority. A new report shows just the opposite
"That was a choice on their part ... It wasn't a priority for them."
Pentagon commission finds ‘quite a lot of tolerance’ for sexual assault despite leaders’ claims of ‘zero tolerance’
“The very persons they trusted the most betrayed that trust.”
‘Lost trust and confidence’ — How the military covers up officer misconduct and why that’s harmful to democracy
The lack of transparency about officer misconduct is commonplace and intentional
Army colonel arrested for domestic violence previously investigated for ‘emotional outbursts’
"They always say 'see something; say something,' but the Army has to do something too."
Former 1st Special Forces Group commander arrested for domestic violence after 2-hour police standoff
Ray was charged with two counts of assault in the second degree with a firearm, two counts of felony harassment, kidnapping in the first degree, and reckless endangerment.
Air Force captain found guilty of assaulting three women at Arizona nightclub
"I'm not afraid to slap a bi--h," Scott told one woman.
Airman charged with straw purchase of gun used in deadly Grand Forks shooting
The 21-year-old Heard was just old enough to purchase a gun for the underage Torres, prosecutors say.
Air Force identifies airman, civilian shot at Hurlburt Field
The civilian husband of an airman shot and killed himself after wounding his wife in a domestic incident Friday.
One dead, one injured in domestic dispute at Hurlburt Field
One person is dead, and another is injured and has been taken to a local hospital, in connection with a domestic disturbance involving gunfire that erupted late Friday afternoon at Hurlburt Field, headquarters of Air Force Special Operations Command
Family of airman killed in Grand Forks AFB shooting says she was victim of domestic violence
"We’re torn apart by the loss of our daughter to a senseless act of domestic violence."
Suspect shot in Naval Air Station Oceana Commissary parking lot in Virginia Beach
NAS Oceana Naval Security Forces shot a person suspected of domestic violence in the parking lot of the Oceana Commissary around 3:30 p.m. Saturday, according to a Navy spokeswoman.
How we found out about a shocking loophole in a military policy meant to protect victims of domestic violence
Task & Purpose reporter Haley Britzky explains how she found out that a military policy meant to help victims of domestic violence may end up doing more harm than good, due to an unforeseen loophole.
An Army colonel’s alleged abuse saddled his wife with ongoing medical needs. Escaping him could bring that care to a screeching halt.
"The look in his eyes … I did not know that man."
The US military doesn’t follow its own rules when investigating domestic violence on bases
An analysis of more than 200 cases of domestic violence at eight military installations has determined that commanders and law enforcement personnel are not following their own rules when investigating and handling these cases and their victims.
Gunman killed, female sailor wounded in ‘domestic shooting’ at Naval Air Station Oceana
"The shooter was armed with a single hand gun and was not carrying any additional weapons or ammunition."
Quantico case raises questions about how the Marine Corps handles domestic abuse
A Marine was sent to the brig and kicked out of the Corps after being convicted of domestic abuse, but he's scheduled to be released this week, despite violating the terms of his plea agreement.
Ex-Special Forces Officer Sentenced To 10 Years For Abuse, Child Endangerment
He was accused of choking his wife while she was holding a child
The US Military Is Officially Counting Domestic Violence As A Separate Crime For The First Time
The military will now count domestic violence as a separate crime in the hopes of avoiding another tragedy like the shooting last...
Remains Of Missing Army Veteran Found In Shallow Grave In California
Human remains found Dec. 1 in a shallow grave in empty desert in Riverside County, California, are believed to be...
How Multiple Military Failures Set The Texas Church Shooter On A Path To Violence
In the years before he opened fire at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas on Nov. 4,...
Here’s How Severe Military Punishments (Are Supposed To) Bar Gun Possession
How did a disgraced airman, convicted by court-martial of assaulting his wife and child, get access to the weapons he...