Tag Archives: sexual assault

Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center Provides Care for Sexual Assault Victims

By Lt. Adrienne Manasco, SAPR command liaison, Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center The 2015 theme of SAAPM is “Eliminate Sexual Assault: Know Your Part. Do Your Part.” This theme emphasizes how vital it is for each member of our community to uphold our role in preventing sexual assault and to respond with holistic care should a sexual assault …

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I am Navy Medicine: Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Nathan Cole

By Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class (FMF) Nathan Cole I’m a native of Toomsuba, Mississippi and graduated from Northeast Lauderdale High School in 2001. Because of the lack of jobs after graduating college I joined the Navy. I had always been interested in medicine, and when I found out about the hospital corpsman rate I knew it was what I wanted …

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“It’s On Us” – NAMRU San Antonio Women Learn how to Fight Sexual Assault with Self-Defense Skills

By Flisa Stevenson, NAMRU San Antonio Women staff from the Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio (NAMRU-SA) embraced the theme “Eliminate Sexual Assault: Know Your Part, Do Your Part.” They were taught Krav Maga strategies to protect and defend themselves in an attack or abduction situation, during the annual “Dangerously Cute” self-defense seminar that occurred earlier this year and benefits the …

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Navy Medicine’s Role in Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

By Chief Hospital Corpsman (FMF/SW) Jared Knogge, Navy Medicine East, SAPR Program Manager This year’s Sexual Assault Awareness Months’ slogan, “Live Our Values: Step Up to Stop Sexual Assault,” truly embodies the Armed Forces role in curtailing these events. Navy Medicine has led the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) program this year.  The Navy Surgeon General, Vice Adm. Matthew …

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SAAM, SAPR And SAFE Are More Than Just Acronyms

By Naval Hospital Bremerton Public Affairs and Lt. Ken Padgett, NHB Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Coordinator   Our hope is that the acronyms SAAM, SAPR and SAFE are not just disregarded abbreviations of military jargon, but that each immediately bring an understanding that sexual assault is a crime. That is our goal for recognizing April as Sexual Assault …

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