Military sexual assault

The military doesn’t want changes in the chain of command for reporting and dealing with sexual assault in the military because it will interfere with the way things are done. Yet they somehow don’t think that 26,000 reported assaults (over half on men!) indicates that chain of command may already be broken and should be changed. And, gasp! surprise!, when the military brass went to Congress to testify about this they were, except for one person, all old white men. Now there’s a group sensitive to the topic, right?