In a military where, last year, there were a whopping 26 convictions out of 26,000 charges of sexual assault (and only 3,000 reported charges), the news tonight is that the sexual harassment prevention officer at Fort Hood has been arrested for sexual assault and for forcing a subordinate into prostitution.  This is the second such officer arrested in a week. 

Seems that the chain of command structure, where it behooves a superior officer to cover up such charges, may be a factor, as well as the entire, engrained culture of the military.  This scares victims into keeping silent about such assaults.

Law enforcement is failing in the US military.

More as it comes to light.