Official DoD Website-http://www.sapr.mil Branch specific sites are located at the bottom of the site and many contain libraries or documents with collected historical data. The training is better than it used to be and is finally recognizing the reality of the situation (that the majority of rapes are acquaintance rapes). There's no quick and easy fix to the problem other than continued education and enforcement of policies and regulations. Over time things will improve noticeably, but this is the cusp of the issue where it's just not going to "get better" for at least several years so that the environment and climate of the military can undergo a significant change due to population turnover. Yes, male on male rape is higher than reported, but so is male on female rape. The effort is to improve awareness on all forms of rape and improve the climate so victims are more comfortable coming forward.