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UK Army Chief Condemns Behavior Of Troops

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UK Army Chief Condemns Behavior Of Troops

UK Army Chief Condemns Behavior Of Troops

CNN reports the chief of the British Army has called the behavior of soldiers "unacceptable" following recent allegations of sexual assault among troops.

"This hasn't been a good week for the Army -- it's damaged our reputation." Chief of the General Staff Mark Carleton-Smith A report in The Sun newspaper alleged that a female soldier was sexually abused while she slept near six army members.

The Press Association reported six soldiers have been arrested.

The Army also announced it opened an investigation after a video went viral that showed soldiers firing guns at a photo of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

"Over the last few days, a series of exceptionally serious allegations have been made against soldiers currently serving in the British Army ... wildly at odds with the values and the standards that represent the fabric of not just our Army, but the nation's Army."


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