Military still struggles to handle kid-on-kid sex assaults

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REESE DUNKLIN and JUSTIN PRITCHARD Associated Press The U.S. Department of Defense is struggling to change how it handles the abuse of military kids, including cases involving sexual assault by other children, according to a report commissioned by Congress. The military has been slow to implement reforms that lawmakers mandated more than a year ago, said the report released Wednesday by the U.S. Government Accountability Office. The Pentagon still doesn't know the extent of child-on-child sexual assaults, in part because some officials dismiss incidents without reporting them and the Pentagon has no one place to track all cases that have been logged. Worldwide, more than 1.2 million school-age children live with military families, many on large bases that include schools, recreation c
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