“The amount of reports that are now coming out—people willing to go public, which I think is a good thing—has brought this to a head for me,” he told reporters at Army’s sixth annual Sexual Harassment/Assault Prevention summit at Joint Base Andrews, Md. “Maybe we have a bigger problem than I imagined.*”
That only took 26,000 anonymous reports of sexual assaults to the U.S. Military in the last year.
* Emphasis mine.