Mr Rammell said the claims were being taken seriously and would be investigated by a special unit within the Ministry of Defence, but that allegations should not be taken as fact.
There should not be a wider public inquiry because each case first had to be examined and disciplinary action taken if there was any evidence of wrongdoing, he told the BBC.
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