Military sexual assault reporting scandals
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Earlier this year Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa, another military combat veteran, revealed that she too was raped, though in her case it occurred in college, not while she was on active duty. I blamed myself. I was ashamed and confused. I thought I was strong but felt powerless.
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The Marine Corps had almost a 15 percent increase in sexual assault reports in the last fiscal year. The new data showed a 10 percent increase of military sexual assault reports from the previous fiscal year. The uptick occurred amid a Marine Corps scandal over sharing nude photos and heightened public discourse about sexual harassment in American culture. In all, 6, people reported assaults for the fiscal year, which ended Sept. It was the largest yearly increase since and the most reports since the Pentagon started tracking the data in
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McSally, 52, who spent 26 years in the Air Force and commanded a fighter squadron, revealed the attack in emotional remarks during a Senate subcommittee hearing on sexual assault in the military. I was ashamed and confused. And I thought I was strong but felt powerless. She almost left the Air Force after 18 years. Survivors mostly suffered in silence, she said.
Map: Australia During an interview I conducted with a US female service member last month, she recounted being assaulted by the chaplain assigned to her battalion. She soon discovered she was not his only victim and was still grappling with mixed emotions about the event, including shock and anger. The US military has a global reputation as having an out-of-control problem with sexual violence within its ranks. Just a few weeks ago, the Pentagon put out a report indicating that sexual assaults against women in the services were up by 38 per cent. It might be tempting to hope things are better within the Australian Defence Force, but our own problems with military sexual violence persist.