“Let’s go! You got this,” one person chants as she runs past the finish line. Then she quickly turns around to make sure her all teammates, one-by-one, make it to the finish line during the 6.7 kilometer ruck for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.
Though we go through annual training and have several outlets for survivors to speak out and educate others on sexual assault prevention, it’s still an ongoing issue in the military. This isn’t something that is just talked about every April each year. But it’s continuously ingrained into our total force community, and still it seems to be happening