35 more charges dropped against APG sergeant 94 counts remain in sex misconduct case
19 charges dropped against sergeant in Aberdeen abuse case But soldier still faces 129 counts of misconduct
Defense in rape case says Army disregarded accused sergeant's rights They 'only wanted to look tough' on issue, defendant's lawyer says
2 more Aberdeen sergeants charged NAACP says cases against black soldiers involve prejudice
Aberdeen: sex or race? Army probe: Primary concern is abuse of power, but there may be contributing factors.
Courts-martial begin today in APG scandal Defense expected to say top officials had improper influence
Halt sought to APG probe Black lawmakers say Army investigation is 'contaminated'; Coercive methods alleged; racial bias is suspected
Congress refuses independent Aberdeen review Black Caucus, NAACP sought outside probe
Others at APG allegedly coerced Woman who accuses Army of threats says many more affected
4 women say Army coerced charges Investigators demand false rape allegations, female soldiers say
Aberdeen sex cases could put race on trial NAACP wants look at why most of men charged are black
Separate probe of Aberdeen sought NAACP says blacks unfairly targeted by Army investigators
APG case takes twist 40% of female recruits alleging abuse admit contact consensual; Scandal 'more complex'; New details signal discipline breakdown at ordnance center
Aberdeen soldier won't face court-martial in sex scandal
Accused Aberdeen sergeant may escape court-martial Less serious forum considered on sex charges
Assault case forces tensions to surface Annapolis: 3 female midshipmen felt they were equal members of the academy community until they testified against a fellow classmate
Aberdeen accuser is granted discharge She says instructors forced her to have sex
New charges brought against Army sergeant Accusations include raping other soldiers
Chain of command is faulted in Aberdeen sexual misconduct Top general says investigation seeks the broken links
Congressional tour of Aberdeen finds tangle of claims, complaints 'Bad apples' and 'machoism' blamed for scandal
Fair trials at Aberdeen called unlikely Pretrial publicity cited at arraignment on sex charges; First public hearings; Defense lawyers ask for gag order on senior officials
The chip girds for war Testing: Thanks to the computer chip, the Army can see a day when it will be able test just about any weapon by computer simulation.
Who is Sgt. Delmar G. Simpson? Conflicting accounts of a man at the center of the Aberdeen storm
A bitter indoctrination for female recruits It's protect self first where women train beside drill sergeants
Trials are set for 3 trainers at Aberdeen Sexual misconduct allegations to go before general courts-martial; Mikulski calls for hearings; NAACP seeks details about probe after getting complaints
Victims list grows to 34 at Aberdeen Female soldiers alleging misconduct double from 17; Hot line logs 5,204 calls; Panel of military and civilians named to study Army culture
Army to name inquiry panel Members of military, civilians to investigate harassment charges
'Fraternization' extends beyond criminal definition Each service has own customs, regulations governing relationships
Recruit describes forced sex Woman at Aberdeen names two sergeants
What happened at Aberdeen not isolated case, calls show Troops widely ignore ban on fraternization
Navy, Air Force training examined in wake of probe Aberdeen allegations prompt Perry's order
Aberdeen allegations kept quiet for weeks Army delayed telling public to protect probe, avoid media glare
New detail emerges at Aberdeen Sergeant is accused of 9 rapes involving 3 recruits in 3 months; Court-martial of trio likely; Two other sergeants face discipline for alleged improper acts
Additional Aberdeen charges due Army officials say more instructors involved in scandal; No conspiracy seen; Investigation now includes at least 17 female victims
2 Aberdeen Army trainers charged in rape of recruits Captain, sergeant face courts-martial in widening inquiry; 'Worst I've come across'; Third soldier also faces military trial on lesser charges
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Expel Mid, officer advises Order of expulsion recommended in case of sexual misconduct; 'We're very disappointed'; Lawyer seeks reversal when superintendent reviews the matter
Assault case fuels tension at Academy Conflict: Naval Academy midshipman Scott Ward (right) fights off charges of sexual assault aganist female classmates, and his accusers find themselves under renewed scruting
Academy rules out woman's expulsion Superintendent orders counseling for honor violation
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Academy faced with troubling questions Handling of charges against midshipmen raises fairness issue
Abusing Naval Academy's honor code Is school's honor system being manipulated for revenge?
Mid will face discipline hearing Superintendent rules insufficient evidence for a court-martial
High court ponders intent of death row appeal curb Hearing on new law to limit courts' power bogs down in details
It's a war for soul of U.S. military
3 are relieved of command over fatal Bosnia crash Air Force officers oversaw squadron that flew Secretary Brown
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Officer finds cause to charge Mid leader in sex assault case No evidence uncovered to support other charges
A Soldier's Disgrace He was an officer unwilling to die for his country. He was a black man in a Jim Crow army. And while time has not altered its verdict of cowardice for Leon Gilbert, perhaps history should.
Mids call for more discipline as academy ends stand-down New curfew, rules on uniforms are set