In the military, you go to frequent training on this very subject. It is long, it is boring, and it is mandatory. When you have as many people as the military has however, some are going to be rule breakers. This was true before women could serve, will be true forever. Some will do drugs, some will drink on duty, some can't show up on time, some go AWOL(or UA), some get in fights, some create racial incidents. Do you think, since those are all "significant, chronic problems", that the military and government does not care?
...as opposed to 2 political parties run by corporations writing ballot access to lock everyone else out--that's a plutocracy, and that's the US.
As a result, the US military fights wars for Exxon and Alcoa, not the people.
In the US, the President takes orders from Exxon, Goldman Sachs, Alcoa, etc., and in Iran, the President takes orders from the Supreme Leader.
That alone is evidence that the government doesn't care, but the government's indifference is not surprising; the CINC, pols and the CEOs that own them have no incentive to care.