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Discharge upgrades for PTSD: Fulfilling Lincoln’s promise to care for all who have borne the battle
We must care for all who borne the battle.
By Tyson Manker
VA leaders will take part in DoD’s sexual misconduct review commission
Officials said the joint work will help establish better conditions for both current and former service members.
Navy ‘gray-zone behavior’ study part of military sexual assault prevention and response effort
In an effort to get ahead of potential sexual misconduct, the Navy has been using research and training models to learn more about “gray-zone behavior,” or acts that don’t meet the Navy’s definition of sexual harassment or sexual assault.
By Jared Morgan
Lawmaker demands overhaul of VA anti-harassment policies after staffer reports assault at veterans hospital
A staffer from a congressional task force on women veterans was attacked during a medical visit to the facility.
Op-ed: Different spanks for different ranks?
The ace attorney worries that the continued politicization of the military justice system presents a very clear and present danger to all service members.
By David P. Sheldon, Esq.