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Army Sex

August 1, 1997 -- An Army investigation has found evidence that female soldiers are routinely harassed and that the system for selecting, training and evaluating drill sergeants needs to be strengthened. The findings by a panel of senior Army officers and civilian experts are in line with conclusions reached this summer by a Congressional panel that criticized the Army for uneven enforcement of rules against sexual harassment.
NPR's Barbara Bradley reports senior Army officials briefed three members of Congress yesterday on the as-yet unreleased report.