Apparently a third military dude in the last two weeks who just-so-happened to be tasked with sexual assault prevention is facing charges.
I'm just going to quote Fannie, here, for summarizing a core issue so succinctly:
''War is, in principle and practice, the violation of boundaries, albeit for some purported greater good and even though the people waging it might be good people in many contexts. Having legitimated the practice of violence and boundary violating, it should not be a surprise that those who are trained in it sometimes fail to distinguish who is and is not deserving of having their boundaries violated."
Yeah. There is that.