The potential consequences of being convicted of sexual assault in a military court martial are extreme. Most military members hope to potentially serve at least 20 years and receive a retirement paycheck and Tricare medical benefits for them and their family for the rest of their lives. All those things are on the line. If you are convicted of a sexual assault in the military, you are almost never going to remain in the military. You would be saddled with a federal conviction for sexual assault on your record and when you apply for jobs, when you apply for clearances, or when you move into a community, you are almost always going to have to register as a sex offender. This will make you a second class citizen for the rest of your life.
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By Jared Keller December 19, This is a very real Army press release published on Wednesday:. The U. Can somebody explain to me the relationship between building gingerbread houses and preventing sexual abuse and assault in the ranks? Because this is a bit lost on me.