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|Each of the military services must review training policies and procedures to help stamp out sexual assault in basic training, according to a Defense Department directive announced Tuesday. The announcement comes in the wake of a scandal at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, where a dozen male instructors were accused of sexual assaults and improper relationships with female trainees.|
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