The US Army’s Aberdeen Proving Ground Sexual Assault Scandal, Maryland (1996)

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The first publicized military sexual assault scandal was the US Navy’s Tailhook Scandal in 1991, then it was Aberdeen Proving Ground in 1996. In 2003, the USAF Academy was under fire for yet another sexual assault scandal, followed by the biggest sex scandal in history: the USAF Lackland Sex Scandal in 2011.

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