1) NYTimes October, 2021:
ĎA Poison in the Systemí: The Epidemic of Military Sexual Assault"
"Nearly one in four U.S. servicewomen reports being sexually assaulted in the military. Why has it been so difficult to change the culture?"
2) Wikipedia( https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexual_assault_in_the_United_States_military ) :
"A survey for the Department of Defense conducted in 2015 found that in the past year 52% of active service members who reported sexual assault had experienced retaliation in the form of professional, social, and administrative actions or punishments. In addition to retaliation against soldiers remaining in active service, many former service members who reported sexual assaults were forced to leave after being discharge."
"A 2012 Pentagon survey found that approximately 26,000 women and men were sexually assaulted that year: of those, only 3,374 cases were reported. In 2013, a new Pentagon report found that 5,061 troops reported cases of assault. Of the reported cases, only 484 cases went to trial: 376 resulted in convictions. Another investigation found that one in five women in the United States Air Force who were sexually assaulted by service members reported it, for one in 15 men."