Fort Hood became the face of the growing problem with sexual assault in the military this week when the Defense Department announced an investigation into sexual assaults involving a noncommissioned officer tasked with preventing the crime.
In the latest case, a sergeant first class, whose name has not been released, was assigned as a coordinator of a battalion-level sexual assault prevention program at Fort Hood. He has been suspended from all duties but has not been charged with any crime.
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