Military works to change culture to combat rape

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In this May 29, 2013, photo, Petty Officers John Tate, left, and Christopher Yates question several sailors regarding alcohol and general behavior at a roof top pool and spa at a 32nd Street Naval Base residence in San Diego. Tate serves on one of the Navy's new nightly patrol units charged with policing bases to control heavy drinking and reckless behavior. The patrols are among a number of new initiatives the armed forces is implementing to try to stop sexual assaults by changing the military's work-hard, play-hard culture. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)