The Army is expanding its Not in My Squad bystander initiative to further combat sexual assault in the ranks. The program, introduced in 2015, is designed to empower junior leaders at the squad level to reduce sexual assault and violence through mutual trust, according to a recent release. Sergeant Major of the Army Dan Dailey testified to Congress on Feb. 27 that the program has now spread to 27 campuses, and the Army has conducted 17 workshops on the topic. Dailey also said that certified resiliency trainers embedded at the company level are working to train soldiers on improving performance and sustaining readiness. Read more at Army.mil.
'Not in My Squad' Sexual Assault Initiative Expands
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