Before getting to its disturbing subject matter, the film opens with a black-and-white clip from an early 1950s "The Big Picture" television program, with Sgt. Stuart Queen (no pun in those days) selling the value of serving in the Armed Forces. The film then notes the contributions of female soldiers, sailors and Marines during WWII. I recall going to see at age 10, with my parents, "Never Wave at a WAC" (with Rosalind Russell), especially the comic scenes of "testing clothes". Pretty soon we infer that this is a film about grave and covered-up abuse, mostly but not entirely, of military women.
The official site is here.
Update: July 5, 2012
I did make it to the Marine Barracks this morning. See also the "Drama blog", July 4, 2012.