Army Reserve unit that controls thousands of soldiers across the western United States have mishandled at least two sexual assault complaints by not referring them for outside investigation, according to victims, their advocate and documents obtained by The Associated Press. In a third case, they placed an alleged victim on a firing range with someone she had accused of sexual harassment, causing her to fear for her safety. Commanders also have failed to hold monthly sexual assault management meetings, as required by DOD policy since And they ran the company without a sexual assault response coordinator for nearly a year and suspended Braley Franck after she alerted the Army to the internal investigations, she said.
Under sex crime spotlight, Army didn't take long to shake up Fort Hood command
Differences in the spinal command of ejaculation in rapid ejaculating rats
Skip to main content Press Enter. Home News Article Display. The change was directed in the fiscal year National Defense Authorization Act, requiring the services to document this information in service member personnel records. Gina Grosso, the director of the Air Force sexual assault and prevention response. Brian Kelly, the director of force management policy. The policy does not limit or prohibit the Airman from challenging or appealing such action using the existing appeal process in line with Air Force Instruction , Officer and Enlisted Evaluation Systems, or through the Air Force Board of Correction for Military Records, Kelly said. For this policy, the Air Force considers sex-related offenses as those defined in Articles , , a, b, and c of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which range from rape to stalking.
John B. Richardson IV has taken over at Fort Hood as part of an Army shakeup and probe of the command climate there. Some of the most prominent voices demanded the Army close the installation. Scott Efflandt, likely would take the fall. Last week, the Army acted — as expected.
Introduction: It has been hypothesized that lifelong premature ejaculation is part of a biological variation in the intravaginal ejaculation latency, but what causes this variation remains poorly understood. Aim: The aim of this study is to elucidate whether variations in ejaculation latencies in an experimental rat model for premature ejaculation are linked to differences in the spinal command of ejaculation. Main outcome measures: Electrical microstimulation of the spinal generator for ejaculation revealed an accelerated expulsion phase in rapid ejaculating rats. Methods: Adult male Wistar rats were categorized as "sluggish,""normal," or "rapid" ejaculators on the basis of their ejaculation frequency in sexual mating tests. One to three weeks after selection, males were urethane anesthetized and electrically microstimulated in the spinal generator for ejaculation, evoking ejaculation.