The military’s top commander may change how sexual assaults are handled.
An independent review panel recommends commanders stop ruling on whether or not a sexual assault case will be prosecuted.
Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley fell short of endorsing the proposal Monday, saying they must do more to stop assaults, but he’ll decide after the review board is finished.
It’s the subject of an ongoing NewsNation Investigation on sexual assaults in the military.
NewsNation’s Rich McHugh reports.