CNO: ‘Sexual Assault is an Attack on a Sailor’

 

Sam Fellman
Navy Times
April 2, 2012

Across the force, Navy personnel will attend educational standdowns in April that highlight ways sailors can respond to — and prevent — sexual assaults. The two hours worth of training is part of the Navy’s latest initiative to get sailors to report more offenses and to reduce the stubbornly-high number of assaults. It emphasizes that watching out for each other is everyone’s responsibility.

 

 

As for the severity of the problem, Navy officials are not mincing words.

“Folks, we’ve got to face the facts — sexual assault is an attack on a sailor,” Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jon Greenert wrote in post entitled “We have a problem…” on his official blog Sunday. “On average, these attacks take place every day.”

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Navy Personal Command — Sexual Assault

 

 

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