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Sexual Misconduct

SEX SURVEY SCOLDING UNFAIR TO SERVICE ACADEMIES
On December 23, 2005, the Department of Defense released a 2005 poll of service academy men and women regarding sexual harassment and assault. You would never know—judging from the news stories that followed—that reports of sexual harassment at the service academies have gone down... Read More
11 Jan 06
Tags Sexual Misconduct
PENTAGON DOESN’T NEED AN OFFICE OF MALE BASHING
Imagine these future scenarios: A junior female soldier has an affair with an infantry officer in Iraq. When the relationship cools she revengefully accuses him of sexual assault.  Read More
01 Dec 05
Tags Sexual Misconduct
SAY NO TO PENTAGON OVA
Episodic sex scandals have swept through the military with the fury of Category Five hurricanes, destroying careers, depressing morale, and altering the cultural landscape. What appears to be an endless cycle of storms with names such as  Tailhook, Aberdeen, Abu Ghraib  and alleged... Read More
01 Dec 05
Tags Sexual Misconduct
Secretary of Defense Letter - 19 Nov 2004
To Dennis Hastert - Speaker of the House | DoD Support for Boy Scouts Read More
23 Nov 04
Tags Sexual Misconduct
BABY BORN ON WARSHIP
A 33 year-old female Marine gave birth to a healthy 7-pound baby boy on May 23, while she was aboard the warship USS  Boxer .  The amphibious vessel was deployed at the time in a war zone near Kuwait, where the unnamed staff sergeant was assigned to a ground unit.  A... Read More
12 Jun 03
Tags Sexual Misconduct
CMR Salutes Belated Promotion of Capt. Robert E. Stumpf,...
The Center for Military Readiness is pleased by the news, as reported by Rowan Scarborough in the July 31 Washington Times, that Navy officials have approved the belated but well-deserved promotion of Robert E. Stumpf to the rank of Captain.  Read More
31 Jul 02
Tags Sexual Misconduct
NEW YORK TIMES INSULTS MEMORY OF RETIRED NAVAL OFFICER...
Four days after the September 11 Attack on America, the New York Times published an obituary of retired Rear Adm. Wilson "Bud" Flagg, who was a passenger on the American Airlines flight that was seized by terrorists and slammed into the Pentagon. The astonishingly insensitive item highlights... Read More
14 Jan 02
Tags Sexual Misconduct
PREGNANT RESERVISTS NOT DEPLOYED
Plans to call up pregnant soldiers for active duty in the aftermath of the September 11 Attack on America were reportedly reversed by the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, David Chu. According to Insight magazine, Pentagon planners were stunned to learn that when President... Read More
14 Jan 02
Tags Sexual Misconduct
THE TAILHOOK SCANDALS
On October 15, 1993, Rear Admiral Riley Mixson, Chief of the Navy's Air Warfare Division, received a letter of censure from new Secretary of the Navy John Dalton. Dalton hit Mixson for being responsible for the arrangements of the 1991 Tailhook convention, the military's worst sex scandal in... Read More
14 Jan 02
Tags Sexual Misconduct
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