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Lt Col Charlie Brown
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Unfortunately, I suspect we have a ways to go
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
4 mo
No doubt about it.
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PO3 Phyllis Maynard
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D. I wonder what unspoken or unwritten policy attitude fell through the standard operating procedure.
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
4 mo
Good question.
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GySgt Jack Wallace
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Maj.Wilson. very unsatisfactory. Also, I bet it's not just the Army.
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CSM Carlson C.
CSM Carlson C.
4 mo
Its across the services unfortunately.
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
4 mo
I'm equally sure that you're correct.
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CSM Carlson C.
CSM Carlson C.
4 mo
Its starts with leaders taking credible complaints seriously and weeding out predatory acts and not covering for bad behavior. Some leaders have contributed to the problem and from the top down there needs to be a stand taken and the women of the services need to know that their leadership will have their back. Also, with that said, there are men who are sexually assaulted and are afraid to come forth. You have to foster a command climate that your Soldiers, Airmen, and Marines feel comfortable telling you about their darkest demons. Sometimes just asking a troop how they are doing will cause a snowball of something that happened in the organization.
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