Sexual Assault A New Study Says Troops Are Leaving The Military Because Of Sexual Assaults And Harassment By Carson Frame • Mar 29, 2021 Courtesy Amber Devila The RAND Corporation study concluded that the cost of sexual assault and harassment extends beyond the victims. It's also causing troops to leave the service, hurting military readiness. Supreme Court Weighs Whether Troops Can Be Prosecuted For Sexual Assaults That Happened Decades Ago By Carson Frame • Dec 7, 2020 Wichita Falls, Texas Police Department Because of a legal loophole, victims of sexual assaults between 1986 and 2006 can no longer press charges, and some troops who were convicted of rape have been released from prison. Amid Continued Anger About Vanessa Guillen's Death, Critics Say The Army Often Ignores Sex Crimes By Jolene Almendarez • Oct 20, 2020 Jolene Almendarez / American Homefront Following Guillen's killing, the Army launched an independent investigation into the climate of Fort Hood, but critics say the problems are systemic. In Response To Vanessa Guillen's Death, Legislation Would Make Military Sexual Harassment A Crime By Carson Frame • Sep 16, 2020 Rep. Jackie Speier The newly introduced bill would make sexual harassment a crime under military law. The measure is a response to the killing of Fort Hood Army soldier Vanessa Guillen this summer.