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Army says multiple reported sexual assaults against Fort Sill trainees didn’t happen
"[T]here was no probable cause to believe that any of the allegations occurred.”
A small tweak to how the Army trains new soldiers is dramatically reducing sexual assault reports
“There was no question about what the expectations are.”
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.”
Defense secretary supports major change in prosecuting sexual assault: Taking cases out of commanders’ hands
"This is a leadership issue. We will lead."
These are the least safe Army posts for female soldiers
Fort Hood comes in at #1.
‘It’s not going to change anything’ — A new investigation shows why soldiers don’t trust the Army to take sexual assault seriously
"They make room for it.”
Sexual assault reports increase again despite Pentagon urging troops to not assault each other
“These are assaults. These are blue on blue assaults."
This Army unit will now immediately start separating soldiers found guilty of assault or harassment
The new policies went into effect on May 1.
Army puts civilian in charge of criminal investigations in response to glaring issues found in the Fort Hood report
CID's redesign is being implemented in phases, starting at Fort Hood.
Doxxed Army leaders, spokesmen with no plan, and other details from the latest report on Vanessa Guillén’s disappearance
“I think by that point, it went about as well as it could be expected which is to say it was a train wreck."
New Army report confirms Vanessa Guillén was sexually harassed by a member of her unit before her death [Updated]
The new report will be released Friday.
The Pentagon is considering a historic change in how the military handles sexual assault
This could be huge.
The Army vowed change after Vanessa Guillén’s murder. One year later, it’s just getting started
"I think that the jury’s still out on whether or not there has been a cultural shift at Fort Hood.”
These are the rights every military sexual assault survivor needs to know
'Know Your Rights would have been a game-changer for the many victims of military sexual assault I worked with who were failed by the system.'
An Air Guard colonel was allowed to quietly retire while his unit was investigated for sexual misconduct
“They were like, ‘rape her!’ and people started laughing."
It’s been one year since Vanessa Guillén’s disappearance. Has the Army changed at all since then?
We want to hear from you.
Navy one-star admiral fired over sexual harassment allegation
Relieved of command.
Almost a year after Vanessa Guillén’s disappearance, the Army moves forward with sexual harassment reform
The policy takes sexual harassment investigations out of a soldier's direct chain of command.
The Air Force preaches ‘zero tolerance’ of sexual assault. So why is it retaining an airman guilty of it?
“I will never have the audacity to utter the words ‘accountability’ to my troops again.”
This Army lieutenant colonel has built a playbook to kill the ‘cancer’ of sexual assault in the ranks
"These are my teammates. These are my sisters.”
The Army’s sexual assault prevention program is broken. These soldiers have ideas on how to fix it
"I feel like I'm, more or less, just beating a dead horse."
‘We must do more’ — Defense Secretary orders review of sexual assault prevention efforts
"We simply must admit the hard truth: we must do more. All of us."
The Air Force’s top enlisted leader is looking into why an airman was punished for attempting suicide
"We need leaders at all levels to step up."
‘It’s going to take time’ — Top Army leaders are playing the long game with putting people first
"Leaders need to be asking those questions, and they are, because they now know people are number one."
Air Force watchdog removed for tampering with sexual harassment, discrimination complaints
"This case exposed numerous legal violations and other egregious conduct."