The Pentagon has disqualified 60 troops after military investigators found they had committed violations of conduct.
The violations included alcohol-related offenses as well as child abuse and sexual assault, USA Today reported.
Sexual assault and other sex crimes have been highlighted in the military over the past year or so, with a range of elected officials pushing for more transparency in the reporting of crimes and less criticism of victims who come forward.
The Army has suspended 55 soldiers, according to USA Today, and the Navy disqualified three. It’s unclear where the other two troops are from.