Military's sexual assault crisis grows worse

  • Article by: New York Times Editorial
  • Updated: May 8, 2013 - 12:31 PM

Transforming the military's entrenched culture of sexual violence will require new approaches and a much stronger effort than what the Pentagon has done so far.

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foneboothMay. 8, 13 2:56 PM

These jerks need to be grateful they don't work for a boss like me...

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foneboothMay. 8, 13 2:56 PM

And that goes for their CO's too...

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erikj3May. 8, 13 3:40 PM

How about putting some WOMEN in charge of preventing sexual assault?

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ivaro3May. 8, 13 6:44 PM

Taking the case out of anybody with a conflict of interest makes good sense. Putting a woman in charge will help, but is not a cure all. I would also acknowledge men who are victims.

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bigbadbeanMay. 8, 13 7:09 PM

I am not blaming the women, but what did you expect would happen putting women in such close quarters with men in the field?

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jd55604May. 9, 13 5:55 PM

Our once proud military has been turned into a P.C. jobs program where "enlightened" bureaucrats use these young men and women as guinea pigs for their misguided utopian world views.

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