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The new military sexual assault survey: Will it be accurate?

Once again, the Rand Corp., a global research group retained by the Pentagon to conduct a massive survey on sexual assault within the military, features in one of our blog posts. We referenced the organization and the ire of some participants concerning the wording and tone of some of the survey questions in our November 14 blog entry.

Sexual assault prevention officer: Every case is different, complex

The Navy captain in charge of preventing and responding to sexual assault incidents within Fleet Force Command recently offered some insight into the kinds of cases he often sees. Referring to claims brought in the last few years, Navy Captain Chuck Marks said that sexual assault involving unknown assailants is uncommon, as are situations involving officers who have allegedly assaulted lower-ranking sailors.

Coast Guard personnel sentenced for sexual assault charges

District of Colombia readers may wish to note that a Coast Guard petty officer has recently been convicted after facing charges for sexual assault. These charges stem from incidents where the man supposedly filmed and recorded women as they were having medical tests performed. In addition to sexual assault, he was also convicted of tricking women into having medical tests done that were not necessary. The women affected by these actions included military personnel and civilians.

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