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Topic - Stephanie Hoehne
"I do know the chief of staff of the Army said stopping sexual assault is his 'No. 1 priority,' which would be appropriate for him in his Title X role as the person ultimately responsible for recruiting, training and equipping the force," she said. "Stopping this problem of sexual assaults in the ranks is certainly within his charter and has his focus."
Ms. Hoehne added: "The constitutional mandate for the Army to 'provide for the common defense' has not changed."