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In Sex Assault Report, Pentagon Sees Progress — And A Long Way To Go

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In Sex Assault Report, Pentagon Sees Progress — And A Long Way To Go

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In Sex Assault Report, Pentagon Sees Progress — And A Long Way To Go

In Sex Assault Report, Pentagon Sees Progress — And A Long Way To Go

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The Pentagon issued a study on sexual assaults in the military, reports of which have jumped 50 percent in the past year. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says this is a positive sign that more victims trust the system.

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