It may not be enough, but it is continuing progress started long ago. I know that 25-30 years ago, these issues weren't even on the radar. In the marines the attitude was just starting to change. I got my stripes "pinned" on my arms and blood stripe on my legs so well I was sore for a few days. Some guys were black and blue for a week. But now theres no hazing like this. That's changed as well as female Marines. In four years I saw less than 20 WM's as they were called back then. Families were looked as though "if the Corps wanted you to have a family, it would've been issued in boot camp."

I think it's a good step forward. We have to see if there is follow through on this.
"There is always hope."