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- Susan Burke D.C. lawyer representing military rape victims.
- Tom Bowman NPR Pentagon correspondent.
- Maj. Gen. Bill Nash U.S. Army-Retired.
- Rebekah Havrilla Former Army sergeant (Jan. 2004 - Sept. 2009) and plaintiff in a lawsuit against the Pentagon.
Department Of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Strategy
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