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Angela Bapp testified before the House Armed Services Committee, which was examining the role of the commander of prosecutions for sexual assaults in the military.
News July 30, 2019
The military gives lawyers to victims. But civilians—who make up hundreds of cases a year—are left to fend for themselves.
Life Inside March 28, 2019
It took me more than 20 years to become a lieutenant colonel. Then I was sent to Leavenworth.
Associate Judge Pamela Woodcock Pfeiffer embraces a U.S. Army veteran after he completed a program at the Veterans Treatment Court at the Kent County Courthouse in Warwick, R.I., in 2016.
News February 19, 2019
There’s little money and apparently little demand.
Kyungmin Cho, 19, was born in South Korea but grew up in the United States. A sophomore at Temple University in Philadelphia, he was granted temporary protection from deportation through a program for young immigrants who came as children, known as DACA, and joined the U.S. Army. Now his enlistment is on hold.
News September 19, 2017
The Army wanted Pfc. Cho. Now it’s not so sure.