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Reporting Sexual Abuse in the Military Is 'Inherently Unfair.' Here's Why.

A junior officer reads the names of U.S. troops recently killed in action to cadets standing at attention before the start of
A junior officer reads the names of U.S. troops recently killed in action to cadets standing at attention before the start of lunch on the Air Force Academy campus, near Colorado Springs, Colo., Wednesday Aug. 13, 2014. Air Force Academy leaders are asking coaches to take a bigger role in preventing sexual assaults by talking with athletes about the issue. Commanders also said Wednesday they expect an upcoming review of the athletic department to show whether it has a "negative culture," a term the service often uses to describe an atmosphere conducive to sexual abuse. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

Some progress has been made, but the chain of command creates big problems.

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