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Pentagon acts to crack down on recruiter misconduct

Video cameras among options

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / March 19, 2007

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The military is considering installing surveillance cameras in recruiting stations across the country, the most dramatic of several new steps to address a rise in misconduct allegations against military recruiters -- including sexual assaults of female prospects and bending the rules to meet quotas. (Full article: 1078 words)

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