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ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, FEB. 9 AND THEREAFTER - This photo taken Jan. 31, 2104 shows Tina Wilson, who was a victim of sexual assault while serving in the Navy, outside of her brothers home in Del City, OK. Wilson left the Navy in 2009 and is now pursuing a degree in Sports Science at Rose State College. An Associated Press investigation into the military’s handling of sexual assaults in Japan has found a pattern of random and inconsistent judgments in which most offenders are not incarcerated. Instead, commanders have ordered “nonjudicial punishments” that ranged from docked pay to a letter of reprimand. (AP Photo/Nick Oxford)

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This Dec. 5, 2013 photo shows director Peter Berg, from left, actor Mark Wahlberg and former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell in New York. In the age of the superhero, the movies' most reliable real-life hero has been the Navy SEAL. "Lone Survivor," starring Mark Wahlberg, is the latest in a string of films, including "Zero Dark Thirty" and "Act of Valor" to honor the Navy's special operations force with as much faithfulness as the filmmakers could muster. (Photo by Victoria Will/Invision/AP)