Lt. Gen. Donald M. Campbell Jr.’s tenure as commander of U.S. Army Europe — which ends next month when he retires — has arguably carried more risk and uncertainty than that of any of his recent predecessors.
Marine Corps officials say the direct approach in the "Step Up to Stop Sexual Assault" program will help break through to junior Marines exposed to years of entertainment that "objectifies women and infantilizes men."
In an effort to protect its sailors and better equip the community, a Seabee Base in Gulfport, Miss., is rolling out a pilot program called "Bystander Intervention Training" that will help bartenders and servers identify when someone is getting out of hand or attempting to take advantage of another individual.
For Davidson County, N.C., native Stephanie Schroeder, the years of abuse she experienced after reporting a sexual assault while serving in the military has turned into a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to speak on an international stage. Schroeder has been invited to travel to Switzerland in November to speak before the United Nations at the Geneva Convention during the Elimination of Violence Against Women session.
“I initiated some leadership changes without consulting with the governor’s office, which I rescinded within 24 hours,” Brig. Gen. Mike Bridges, the Alaska National Guard’s top acting official in Alaska, said Sunday. “My fault.”
The Pentagon's two-star ethics boss charged with addressing misconduct throughout the military voiced support last week for Air Force Academy efforts to fix its culture in the wake of ongoing woes in its athletic programs.
Three female Marine Corps officers on Thursday passed the grueling combat endurance test that kicks off the service’s screening for infantry officers, paving the way for the first woman to potentially graduate from the program.
A two-star Army general who was fired from his job in Djibouti last year after allegedly groping a female adviser was allowed to retire quietly with a demotion in rank, according to Army officials and military documents.
The U.S. Coast Guard Sexual Assault Prevention Council says in a recent report that it is taking steps to better respond to sexual assault complaints, the number of which more than doubled from 2010 to 2012.
A victims rights group said Thursday that it wants the Department of Defense to investigate whether superiors at Fort Leonard Wood discouraged trainees to report allegations of sexual assault and harassment.
Ahead of the release of an inspector general's report on the Air Force Academy's athletic department, leaders at the school outlined a string of problems and actions to correct them for the academy's Board of Visitors.
An Army National Guardsman testified at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Tuesday that her company of soldiers in training was told by a high-ranking noncommissioned officer that the group might not graduate if additional reports of sexual assault surfaced
An alleged sexual assault victim on the stand at Fort Leonard Wood on Monday described a world where Army drill sergeants command so much power that trainees aren’t even supposed to ask them direct questions without permission first.
Mike Domitrz and his interactive, 75-minute performance titled "Can I Kiss You?" came to Norfolk Naval Station on Thursday -- part of the Navy's evolving and expanding effort to counter sexual assault.
Brig. Gen. Jon K. Mott's appointment by Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell on Friday comes a little more than two weeks after an outside investigation found serious problems within the Alaska National Guard's senior command.
“I fly a lot,” said Helder, an Air Force flight attendant. “A lot of times, I could be the only female on a crew, going into different countries, so having these skills to be able to protect yourself … I believe, are imperative.”
The acting director of the Veterans Affairs Montana Health Care System said Wednesday he isn't waiting for a follow-up inspection to a national audit to figure out ways to cut the long waiting period for initial doctors' appointments.
All but seven of the 46 recommendations of a 2012 Air Force Commander’s report have been fully implemented, the Government Accountability Office found, but their effectiveness at this point remains unknown.
The U.S. Air Force Academy touts its academic standing and the quality of those who apply. High test scores, great grades and a pile of community service are the norm. But there's a back door, and it's open wide for athletes.
The Alaska National Guard’s commander was forced to resign after a six-month federal investigation found that some members of the Guard had been ostracized and abused after reporting sexual assaults and that Guard members lacked trust and confidence in their leaders.
The Air Force Academy is taking disciplinary steps against its men's gymnastics team after a probe uncovered underage drinking, and the academy also is investigating allegations of misconduct by a men's basketball staffer.
The Air Force has decided to punish a former sexual assault prevention officer accused of groping a woman outside a Washington-area restaurant last year by issuing him a letter of reprimand rather than pursue a court-martial, according to an Air Force document obtained by Stars and Stripes.
Luis Walker, 28, was a key figure in a basic training scandal at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, where 35 instructors have been investigated for misconduct with 69 recruits and technical school students.
An Army two-star general in Japan who delayed investigation of a sexual assault complaint against an officer with whom he had a long history will be ejected from the service and lose a star in retirement, the Army announced Wednesday.
The new superintendent of the Naval Academy said Thursday that the institution is a national leader in confronting sexual assault and sexual harassment among students, and should be helping other schools tackle what he described as a widespread problem.
All sexual assault cases in the California military will be transferred from the chain of command and the court-martial system to local police and prosecutors under a law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown that is thought to be the first of its kind in the nation.
U.S. Air Force Academy cadet athletes flouted the sacred honor code by committing sexual assaults, taking drugs, cheating and engaging in other misconduct at wild parties while the service academy focused on winning bowl games and attracting money from alumni and private sources in recent years, an investigation has found.