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Service chiefs will weigh in on controversial plan to remove commanders’ control over sexual assault cases

The defense secretary is seeking feedback from service chiefs, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Pentagon policy experts.

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End commanders’ power to block military sex assault cases, Pentagon panel says

The recommendation by an independent review commission goes against decades of vehement Pentagon arguments to keep cases within the chain of command.

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Wounded women veterans face higher levels of loneliness, isolation: report

Officials say the new survey from Wounded Warrior Project shows a need for more transition programs focused on women.

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Sewage in bathtubs, more mold, stinky closet: Officers sue landlord over Monterey housing

Their daughter’s teacher reported “that there was a stench emanating from the little girl’s clothes.

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Fighting demons, healing hatred, restoring hope: How to defeat extremism in the US military

The military needs a program as part of the mandatory demobilization process to promote the deradicalization of service members, says the author of this commentary.