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U.S. Navy Command Culture Builds Respect and Trust to Lead the Way in Sexual Assault Prevention

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By Capt. Karl O. Thomas Commanding Officer, USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) Over my 29 years in our Navy, I’ve experienced several major cultural shifts to include women’s roles and responsibilities, a focus on fitness, smoking cessation, widespread acceptance of sexual orientation and most recently sexual assault awareness and prevention. …

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Sexual Assault: The Court-Martial Process and Victim’s Rights

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The Navy is observing Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month with the theme “Courage.” This week’s focus is “Courage to Support.” This blog represents the continuation of a blog posted yesterday and addresses victim’s rights and the support available during the trial process. By Teresa Scalzo, Deputy Director, Trial Counsel …

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