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McClendon is a Navy Veteran, a wife, and the mother of four children. She works
as an adjunct history, humanities, and ethics teacher and a full time historian.
She writes on ethical issues, historical events, and issues that pertain to
violence and genocide.  



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The Green Light to Rape: What Happens When we Fail to Prosecute the Rapist Military commands often send rape victims to the medical department for mental health counseling. That counseling can be a hidden foe. Sometimes the military mental health community is merely a tool for military commands to dispose of victims and get back to business.