From left, Commander of the 202nd Military Police Group Col. Donna W. Martin; Commodore of Destroyer Squadron TWO Navy Capt. Stephen J. Coughlin; Commander of Combat Logistics Regiment 15 Marine Col. Tracy W. King; and Commander, 4th Fighter Wing Air Force Col. Jeannie M. Leavitt, testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on pending legislation regarding sexual assaults in the military.
From left, Commander of the 202nd Military Police Group Col. Donna W. Martin; Commodore of Destroyer Squadron TWO Navy Capt. Stephen J. Coughlin; Commander of Combat Logistics Regiment 15 Marine Col. Tracy W. King; and Commander, 4th Fighter Wing Air Force Col. Jeannie M. Leavitt, testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on pending legislation regarding sexual assaults in the military. AP
From left, Commander of the 202nd Military Police Group Col. Donna W. Martin; Commodore of Destroyer Squadron TWO Navy Capt. Stephen J. Coughlin; Commander of Combat Logistics Regiment 15 Marine Col. Tracy W. King; and Commander, 4th Fighter Wing Air Force Col. Jeannie M. Leavitt, testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on pending legislation regarding sexual assaults in the military. AP

Top brass takes dim view of Senate efforts to combat sexual assault in the military

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