(CNN) —One current and two former U.S. Naval Academy football players face rape and other charges stemming from an alleged attack on a female midshipman, the Navy said.

The charges grew out of a Naval Criminal Investigative Service probe of allegations by the woman that she was assaulted after attending a party last year.

The results were then reviewed by the academy's superintendent, Vice Adm. Michael Miller, who decided to formally file charges under military law.

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