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Ex-military spouse tells Congress her story of domestic abuse, revealing cracks in military’s response to incidents

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WASHINGTON — Amy Logan first experienced physical abuse three years into her marriage to a sergeant major in the Army.

Logan was away from friends and family once she moved to a new military base, similar to many military spouses who are isolated and unaware of resources available to them.

Several months after the move, her marriage turned violent, Logan told House lawmakers Tuesday.

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