Underpaid, Oversexed, and Over There

From Holden:

I’m waiting for Britt Hume to tell me this is not a problem because the rate of sexual assault in, say, his family is much higher than in the U.S. Central Command.

U.S. service members reported 273 cases of sexual assault in Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan and Bahrain between August 2002 and December 2004.

The Miles Foundation reports the victims of assault are predominantly female service members. The alleged assailants are primarily American male active duty military, according to the foundation, a sexual assault victim’s advocacy group.