Air Force Gen. John Hyten has denied the allegations brought by former Army Col. Kathryn Spletstoser.
The justices are considering inconsistencies in various articles of the UCMJ and federal law.
At issue is the statute of limitations on rape cases during a 20-year discrepancy in prosecution standards.
Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Adel Enayat was in a Naval Base San Diego courtroom Tuesday for a hearing.
Sexual misconduct is a pervasive problem in the military, with rates continuing to rise on a year-to-year basis.
More than 1 million school-age children live in military families—many on U.S. bases.
According to Fernandes' family attorney, Natalie Khawam, Fernandes was allegedly groped by another male soldier in April.
Col. Kevin M. Russell is charged with five specifications of sexual assault and abusive sexual contact.
The platoon was withdrawn after the Navy made an unusually public push to strengthen order and discipline.
The Justice for Vanessa effort is working to change laws within the military to help protect women.
In a letter to VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, Rep. Elaine Luria, D-Va., said the plan was developed with no notice to Congress.
USAA Federal Savings Bank is part of USAA, which has about 13 million military and veteran-affiliated members.
The Army has said they are looking into the soldier’s actions for potential safety violations.
Two senators say the new Army Combat Fitness Test sets unrealistic standards for some soldiers.
The Marine Corps has officially retired the AH-1W Super Cobra helicopter.