What the U.S. Could Learn About Military Sexual Assault From an Australian General What the U.S. Could Learn About Military Sexual Assault From an Australian General
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What the U.S. Could Learn About Military Sexual Assault From an Australian General

by Yasha Wallin

June 18, 2013

The powerful documentary The Invisible War gives a face to some of the 20 percent of all active-duty female soldiers who are sexually assaulted while serving in the U.S. military. We learn about a few brave rape victims who take their cases to court, and we watch the U.S. government swiftly deny their claims.
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What the U.S. Could Learn About Military Sexual Assault From an Australian General