Reports of assault in the military are rising faster than the number of convictions.
The ban comes after a series incidents involving American personnel that heightened longstanding resentment against the US military's presence in the country.
The relatives of five Nepalese civilians killed in a US military helicopter crash during an earthquake relief mission in May also said that they waited weeks for confirmation of their deaths.
Soldiers compete in challenges such as the Airbus Seizure and 3-Gun Gauntlet at the contest in Jordan, which lies at the heart of the Middle East’s multiple conflicts and faces rising instability at home.
Former Sgt. Zachary Sorrell is accused of illegal firearm possession and child abduction. A California DA is taking prosecution seriously, and so is the NRA.