Another leader of a military sexual assault program has been dismissed in the alleged mistreatment of women.
The officer in charge of the Air Force's sexual assault prevention program was arrested last week for violently groping a woman in a parking lot. Then on Tuesday, the Army announced it was investigating a sexual abuse educator in Fort Hood, Texas for alleged running a small prostitution ring and sexually asssaulting another soldier.
Congressman Buck McKeon, Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, said he "was outraged and disgusted by the reports out of Fort Hood," calling them the "latest chapter in a long, sordid history of sexaul abuse in our armed forces."
Now the White House and Congress are scrambling to find ways to tackle the problem. With more is Greg Jacob, policy director of the Service Women's Action Network.