Fewer U.S. troops are experiencing sexual assault and more of them are coming forward to report cases, according to a new report from the Pentagon. In 2014, one in four victims reported assault, a noticeable increase from the one in 10 who reported in 2012. However, 4.3 percent of all women on active duty still say they have experienced unwanted sexual contact. That’s an improvement from the 6.1 percent of women who reported unwanted sexual contact in 2012, but most still do not report it to officials. Of those who did report, some said they experienced forms of retaliation. “The military has not been able to demonstrate that they have made a difference,” said Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY).