Ending Trumpism in the Military: Soldier Reports Being Sexually Assaulted by 22 Troops at Fort Sill OK

“Brass is already calling this Fort Hood 2.0,” a military official said of the investigation now underway at Fort Sill. “It was a dark day at work today.”

  • Video exists showing 7 drill sergeants raping a recruit
  • Sexual assaults in the military went up 38% under Trump, topping 100,000

Intercept: THE ARMY IS investigating a possible series of sexual assaults of a female soldier at the Army training base in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, a commander at the base told press yesterday.

The investigation, according to a military official with direct knowledge, is scrutinizing allegations of multiple assaults against the soldier by 22 service members. Video of one incident under investigation involving several drill sergeants was circulating at the base and was obtained by Army investigators, the official said.

The soldier, who was a trainee at the time of the alleged assaults, formally reported them on March 27. The alleged incidents at times involved groups of assailants, the military official said, and the woman’s report identified seven of the 22 members she said assaulted her. He spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive personnel matters.

“I heard the term ‘sex ring’ thrown around, which is not one you love to hear,” the official said, reflecting concerns that the assaults may have been coordinated.

Colonel Cathy Wilkinson, a spokesperson for the U.S. Army, denied investigators have obtained a video, but declined to answer follow-up questions. “Investigators do not have any such video,” Wilkinson said in a statement to The Intercept.

The unit implicated in the assault is the 1-78 Field Artillery Battalion. The Defense Department is removing multiple unit drill sergeants as a result of the investigation, which is being conducted by the Army Criminal Investigation Command. Stars and Stripes reported that “multiple” personnel at Fort Sill were suspended this week following a sexual assault report filed by a soldier in training, but did not specify the exact number. According to Maj. Gen. Ken Kamper, at Fort Sill, the service members under scrutiny were part of a cadre that trains incoming troops.

Do you have any tips about the sexual misconduct at Fort Sill you want to share? Text Ken Klippenstein via Signal at 202-510-1268.

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  1. I read a study that 1 in 6 men have been sexually assaulted. You would have to believe this runs in the military as well. I don’t say this to distract from the travesty occurring to women in the military but if the numbers translate to men, as you would have to assume. Is there any hope in getting this issue under control. Denial, ignorance or worse a blackout of this issue will assure nothing good will result from this investigation. I would like to bring some light to this issue so that a thorough investigation is mandated to include male sexual assault. The stigma to report for men, I would imagine goes up a notch.

    • 1 in 6 sounds a bit high, and for women, the numbers are always lower than reality.
      We like to consider ourselves sentient, but the evidence simply is not there. We have computers and satellites, just can’t seem to teach our young to stop assaulting women even with 13 years of mandated education.

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