In 2011, there was one person committed sexual crimes of U.S. soldiers every6 hours 40 minutes.
War not only drain resources and cause casualties. Look at the soldiers fighting the United States. Regarded as a patriot by the nation, some unscrupulous villain to turn into sex. Data released by the U.S. Army,U.S. Army, Thursday, January 19, 2012 revealed rates of sexual violence committed active troops lately. The amount is almost double compared to the previous five-year period.
Reports of sexual crimes committed U.S. troops increased 90 percent during the period 2006-2011. There were 2811 cases involving individual soldiers were reported in 2011.
Place of incident case majority in the United States. The comparison, in 2011, there was one person committed sexualcrimes of U.S. soldiers every six hours and 40 minutes.
The reason, among others, are strongly suspected of war trauma. Other trigger factors allegedly unlawful intent, lack of discipline, post-battle adrenaline, high levels of stress, and behavioral health problems.
“While we have made tremendous progress over the last decade, much work remains to be done,” said Deputy Chief of the U.S. Army, General Peter Chiarelli said in a statement as published by Reuters on Friday, January 20, 2012.
“The biggest challenge faced is when our soldiers come home, start the process of reintegration back into their units, families and communities,” said Chiarelli.
Sexual crimes committed by unscrupulous U.S. Army forces increased at a consistent level exceeded the national trend. This is worrisome, because the likely continue to rise.
Five major violations and crimes ofsexual violence committed by soldiers in 2011 was assault, rape,sexual assault, forcible sodomy, and child pornography.
The report also said, soldiers whosuffer from problems such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, traumatic brain injury, and depression are shown to have potential for violence in couples. Soldiers with PTSD, has three times LIPA likely to become aggressive to ward their partners. Compared to those without trauma.
The report also said that family abuse cases usually do not report violence by individual soldiers. As the largest branch of the U.S. armed forces, the Army has done most of the fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. Including an extensionof time and repetitive placement.