TOKYO -- The commander of U.S. forces in Japan apologized Friday for a case in which two Fort Worth-based sailors are accused of raping a woman in Okinawa and said all U.S. military personnel in the country will be subject to a curfew and other restrictions.U.S. Forces Japan said the 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew will apply to U.S. military personnel whether they are stationed in Japan or just visiting. It requires them to be in their homes, on base or wherever they are lodging.Lt. Gen. Salvatore Angelella said U.S. military members in Japan will also have to take "core values training." The military's policy on liberty is also under review.The sailors were in Okinawa on a stopover and are in Japanese custody. According to Japanese media, they had been drinking before they attacked the woman, in her 20s, who was on her way home before dawn Tuesday.Seaman Christopher Browning of Athens, Texas, and Petty Officer 3rd Class Skyler Dozierwalker of Muskogee, Okla., were arrested Tuesday. Both are 23, joined the military in 2008 and are assigned to Naval Air Station Fort Worth.