Senator Gillibrand Releases Newest Military Sexual Assault Report: Punishments For Military Sexual Assault Accusations Are Rare, Inconsistent & Insufficient
via Kirsten Gillibrand

Continuing historic evidence that today's problems are not new. In September of 2017 Senator Gillibrand released report of growing sexual assault problem and lack of accountability of the predators

Snapshot Review of Sexual Assault Report Files at the Four Largest U.S. Military Bases in 2013

On Feb 14, 2014 Senator Gillibrand request files on military sexual misconduct/assaults from Dept. of Defense between 2009 to 2013. 308 days later, on Dec 15, 2014 those files were finally provided. Analysis was completed and final report published in May 2015. The conclusions are just as applicable today as when the report first appeared. Obviously, even with the evidence available, corrective actions were not taken and the problems were allowed to become even worse.

S. Hrg. 113-320
via United States Senate Committee on Armed Services

U.S. Senate Committee of U.S. Armed Forces June 4, 2013 Committee Hearing on "Pending Legislation Regarding Sexual Assaults in the Military"

House Armed Services Committee Congressional Investigation of Fort Hood: Research Reveals Pattern of Suspicious Deaths and Cover-up
via Military Justice for All

Command climate and effective of Fort Hood leadership under Congressional investigation