AEDC Commander proclaims April as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month at Complex

Arnold Engineering Development Complex leadership have pledged to shine a spotlight on sexual assault prevention and create a culture across the complex in which survivors are supported with the signing of a proclamation recognizing April as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month at Arnold.

AEDC Commander Col. Randel Gordon signed the proclamation and reads as follows:

“Whereas, Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month is a reminder of the constant impact this crime has on our mission, our base and our organization. All service members, [Department of Defense] civilians, contractor personnel and family members must use this opportunity to continue in creating a safe and compassionate community for our Arnold family; and

“Whereas, every individual, every unit, every community has a responsibility to recognize and act to reduce sexual assault and harassment. We can make a difference. We can prevent another child or adult from becoming a victim. We can shape an environment that refuses to accept crimes against others and offers support from the Arnold family; and

“Whereas, the theme for the Department of Defense’s 2024 campaign is, ‘Step Forward. Prevent. Report. Advocate.’ Among our people, in our units, there are survivors. For those who have had to live this reality, the impacts may affect them every day. Team Arnold will care, believe and support while making part of our mission eliminating sexual assault.

“Now, therefore, we, Arnold AFB leaders do hereby proclaim April 2024 as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month throughout the base community and call upon personnel and their families to act. If we see conduct that could potentially lead to sexual assault, we need to step in and prevent it to the best of our ability and support those who have already been hurt. Everyone must make this a priority so every Airman can fly high together.”

Pictured to Gordon’s right is Gary Johnson, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator at Arnold AFB. Pictured standing from left are Sexual Assault Victim Advocates Nicole Berger and Kayla Vance, AEDC Senior Enlisted Leader Chief Master Sgt. Jennifer Cirricione, Prevention Specialist Joey Vap, and Integrated Prevention and Response Director Lee Smith. (U.S. Air Force photo by Keith Thornburgh)

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