Hanging on walls in most offices at Fort Hood are photos of the chain of command. From the company commander up to the president, it’s clear who’s in charge of any given Army unit.
Legislation awaiting a vote in the Senate would remove a commander’s power when a sexual assault is involved. While everyone agrees sexual assault among service members has gotten out of control, finding a solution seems harder to define.
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Rose L. Thayer is the military editor for the Killeen Daily Herald. She joined the paper in February 2011 as a health and military reporter. View her complete profile Here. You can contact Rose L. Thayer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (254) 501-7463. Follow her on Twitter at KDHmilitary.