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Saturday, June 8, 2013

Army Suspends Top General

For failure to probe sexual assault.  And there's this:
Amid increased political pressure to crack down on sexual abuse in the military services, the air force said Friday it is expanding the office responsible for sexual assault prevention and placed a female two-star general in charge.
Maj Gen Margaret H Woodward, who ran the US portion of the allied air campaign over Libya in 2011 and is one of the air force's brightest stars, is running the reorganized office. She will report to the vice chief of the air force.
The move won praise from the chairman of the House armed services committee, Republican representative Howard P "Buck" McKeon, who called Woodward a "breath of fresh air".

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