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Know your part, do your part; #NotJustApril

Eliminating sexual assault in the Air Force requires Airmen at all levels to be engaged all year, not just during April, which is designated as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. These crimes affect more than individuals involved in the assault. Wingmen must work together to restore their unit's climate and to support assault survivors in their recovery. Sometimes people are blinded by their normal activities to the signs of someone in need of help. (U.S. Air Force photo illustrations by Senior Airman Peter Reft)

Eliminating sexual assault in the Air Force requires Airmen at all levels to be engaged all year, not just during April, which is designated as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. These crimes affect more than individuals involved in the assault. Wingmen must work together to restore their unit's climate and to support assault survivors in their recovery. Sometimes people are blinded by their normal activities to the signs of someone in need of help. (U.S. Air Force photo illustrations by Senior Airman Peter Reft)

Leadership goes beyond rank or position. Any Airman can and should take action to help those in need and lead by example through compassionate and professional support for survivors of sexual assault. To live up to the call of Air Force Core Values, Wingmen must be able remove the blindfold of routine and recognize the signs of someone in need of support.(U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Senior Airman Peter Reft)

Leadership goes beyond rank or position. Any Airman can and should take action to help those in need and lead by example through compassionate and professional support for survivors of sexual assault. To live up to the call of Air Force Core Values, Wingmen must be able remove the blindfold of routine and recognize the signs of someone in need of support.(U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Senior Airman Peter Reft)

Airmen are the Air Force's best asset for responding to and preventing sexual assault. Dedicated and professional Airmen play a critical role in supporting survivors and restoring unit mission readiness in the aftermath of a sexual assault. Sometimes people may be blindfolded to their surroundings by their daily routines, but recognizing those in need of support is needed for upholding Air Force Core Values, esprit de corps and mission accomplishment. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Senior Airman Peter Reft)

Airmen are the Air Force's best asset for responding to and preventing sexual assault. Dedicated and professional Airmen play a critical role in supporting survivors and restoring unit mission readiness in the aftermath of a sexual assault. Sometimes people may be blindfolded to their surroundings by their daily routines, but recognizing those in need of support is needed for upholding Air Force Core Values, esprit de corps and mission accomplishment. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Senior Airman Peter Reft)

Sexual assault affects more than just the individuals involved in the incident. The dedicated support of professional Airmen looking after their wingmen helps maintain the health, morale and welfare of the Air Force. By removing the blindfolds of apathy, Airmen enable themselves to recognize sexual assault survivors in need of support. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Senior Airman Peter Reft)

Sexual assault affects more than just the individuals involved in the incident. The dedicated support of professional Airmen looking after their wingmen helps maintain the health, morale and welfare of the Air Force. By removing the blindfolds of apathy, Airmen enable themselves to recognize sexual assault survivors in need of support. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Senior Airman Peter Reft)