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stand ready on the alert all over the world to defend this country the american people hold off against aggression this is the big picture now to show you part of the big picture here is sergeant stuart wade. the brevard job serving the united states and uniform is no longer limited to man. can you please by the women's army corps on taking this grooming and feminine greenies is one of the 1st lessons learned by the recruits. there were demands that require of her perfect physical health or stamina.
i'm sure you've all heard the saying there's a right way a wrong way and the army way. i am. sorry that i'm the man. caught it saying. that there was a. model but. it. was tacked on $50.00 with the found helicopter hanging on your every word it doesn't matter with your own man or woman only that you and.
the time. i am. on the 500 posts stop 2nd guess yourself it's a lot of work it's time to take yes. there was a waiting list for the navy over a year and i knew i didn't wait that long so i had a friend to me about the coast guard and i went to the coast guard and they said that they could get me in within a month so. i said ok. i tried college and. i had. a good job but as a married and an east texas i bought my own little house and the military was
something i always found until i come from the family i was always taught that every citizen's duty to join the military if you can you should. so i want to go ahead and join and start a career. i'm sure but of course i was 17 years old i had a boyfriend that encouraged me to go in so that's why he didn't give you permission to go. when i was in high school i was impressed with the marines that i had met a colonel that used to run around the truck after soccer practice and he said he'd be perfect for the marine corps because you're really smart and that's what the marine corps needs the professionalism the camaraderie everything about it and spared me. after i graduated high school i left for orlando florida which was the 1st time i was ever on an airplane and a life. initially it was just wanting to go see the world because i'm from
a really small town i had a college scholarship to go play basketball but i instead opted to go into the military. you know what i chose to do. i come from a long line of military when we had somebody from every generation on both sides of the family all the way back to the revolutionary war i had served in the armed forces and i chose the marine corps because no one in my family had ever done that . well of putting on a uniform every day and you know just getting out there and giving it my all and it's a very proud feeling. that i would have done the camp over and over again it was create the cooler ottery that discipline everything it taught you who i wanted to be that's what they taught. obviously it was different taking
a shower with different people all of a sudden good. but i disagree experience i was a. saylor every single report on me was excellent grades i knew what i needed to do and i was a great team winner. i really enjoyed the whole challenge of it i got several different awards and. it was mainly men i love that i could blend in and keep up with the guys and work as hard as. the new economy was challenging and education was talk notch my senior year i was selected to be one of the top 30 leadership positions by the company grade officers there. after basic i went to the name of security through alaska i remember getting there you know issued a parka set up in my room and then he took me to the bar which was in our barracks
and set down in a table were was me and about 10 other guys. and you know kind of felt like a piece of meat on a slab at that point and i never wanted to turn around and leave so much of my life that i couldn't. yeah yeah. i. did. i'm a corey december 17th of 2007 i was on watch when she got to the station and. blew me away when she walked in. please right. for you ok thank you. the command told us that she was coming then there were some issues but we didn't none of the crew knew exactly what had happened and i didn't find out. for
a long time. i was stationed in saginaw michigan. i was the only female in my section. i had a supervisor it got to the place where i get calls at 3 o'clock in the morning and he are telling me to come get him and i'm like i can i'm bad and he would then threaten me. i'd walk in from training and he'd be sleeping in my bed. when we went to one of the higher ups the chain of command they were all like his his drinking buddy and they told me just because i didn't like somebody they were going to switch me away from this guy. it was in the evening around taps and. he had unlocked the door and he'd come in and he had an erection and he tried to get me to touch him i took my right hand and i pushed him in the chest and started to yell for the other guys to kind of hear me. he hit me across.
the left side of my face i remember. holding the closet thinking what just happened. to my face hurt so. when we went to the command about it me and this petty officer who saw my face. they just they went away because they didn't want any kind of problems going on. a couple weeks later i needed the key to do my cleanup so i knocked on his door and he said ok yeah come on in here and here and i said no no i'm going to wait out here. and he screamed at me and he made me come in and he grabbed my own arm. the. and he raped me. every thing came to
a complete change the day that i was raped i got there in february by april i was drugged and raped for the 1st time i had like a cold or pneumonia like symptoms and so they sent me to get shut down and while i was waiting to be examined. and came in and he helped him so he said he was going to the bathroom and he came into my room and and that's when he raped me the entire time i was screaming and yelling for help and for him to stop nobody came to the door nobody came to help me and maurice cure anything they made it very very clear . that. if i said anything they were going to kill me. you know in then of course i didn't have anyone to go talk to because the people that were perpetrating me were the police. it was my 1st time ever and.
i've had a tough time convincing myself that i'm still over. if this is happening to me you know i can only imagine surely i'm not the only one which i found out later go in through the claims process that i wasn't. it's just after 3 am i see a shadow of a human head over my body next thing you know that i'm awake and like he's on top of me pushed my legs apart and put himself on top of me and start pulling at my shirt and i wake up and that he's on top of me. he's already penetrated i was drugged i remember the sounds the smell. of it is locked and loaded $45.00 at the base of my skull. engaged the ball so that
i knew there was around chamber all i could do was continue to concentrate on breathing slam my head against the concrete wall and very forcefully had sex with me just so went to my tent pulled a sleeping bag over my head and cried myself to sleep so within the 2 week period. he raped me 5 times we got tested. i had a trick. and i was pregnant. he did. he rape me. 991 in congressional testimony it was estimated that 200000 women had been sexually assaulted so far in the u.s. military if you take into account that women don't report because of the extreme retaliation and that was you know more than a decade ago i would say you could easily double that number and it's probably
somewhere near about half a 1000000 women have now been sexually assaulted in the. u.s. military. in my i phone or have a 1000 times the capability of the of the computers we had on board the space for at that time i mean it's ridiculous that in my back pocket i have much much more capability than we had in the hood and the entire apollo program. you mentioned this is 35 and you have a career and career involves using your i phone in your computer things that have been in an office. perhaps you sort of good things have it circular. you could have to stop doing all this and this is tell you lou the minutes must be for my world
became smaller and smaller and smaller until i ended up running it in a box. of very strong magnetic field on my head in my head. think of it like a real hard pressure on my skin burns and that wireless access point they're just continuous on saying with our students in the schools. we are just continually are citizens in this microwave radiation it is certainly electoral small and it's getting worse. we have more of the current. the saw was prescribed in the last 3 to 4 months this is cracks a teen. towel a pram this is the annex. i'm tired of taking all these men
i just want the v.a. to fix my job. i was having the most horrible pain in my face so i went to the dentist because i thought it was just my teeth or something was wrong. the doctor came in after the x. rays and asked me if i had been in a car accident when he hit me in my face he dislocated my jaw and it said both my disc forward in my face so i don't have any this might really should be in my face they told me i'd probably need a partial bone replacement for my bone had been laying on my nerves for so long is starting to actually disintegrate. i've been on a soft diet for 5 years now i can eat the foods that i state everything is mashed potatoes cello.
was. the battle for being grain. ok. yes it is. ok it's still pending i didn't say what status they were. both my dad my brother prior navy in the army national guard and that's kind of like it follows in the family and follows the footsteps was excited and completely just hyped up about going and all my family was proud of me. my dad is my biggest
hero. told us of your own being taken care of and i guess that's one of the hard things that i have to accept because i told her that she would be. who's in february we got a call. once who is dying and he. rubbed his hand all over my entire body and. he said i own all of this. and i was absolutely scared didn't know what to do my dad. when the 1st thing she said was bad. and. i said. what happened he said i was right.
and you're a virgin. because. from you tube you. don't ever think you're. my main nerve in my spine was 3 places and my hips are rotated. my title is director of military plans and personnel policy for the navy. we have specifically trained judge advocates our navy lawyers in our naval criminal investigative service those investigators are all specifically trained in sexual assault any report of a sexual assault is fully investigated in the united states navy they didn't take care of it for a year and a half they were tracking down witnesses they had all these students that are. and
they can walk them down and say hey you're only hold talking to statement and i didn't and i went through 3 investigators it was like ok i'm giving this case that's what it's sort of all right i'm going this case i'm going to take care of it oh well this is really want to really want to deal with it females would come up to their commanders or their and ceo's and say that they were either sexually assaulted or abused and i don't think it was taken seriously i think a lot of times a cursory investigation was done they were basically told to just suck it up a member bring in a young service member been brutally raped and bring him to see or command and try to make sure that this girl was taken care of properly and this idiot. for crying towards spilt milk the time the credibility of the witness was called into account had the potential victim had she made claims like this in the past there was a lot of witch hunting going on i was ordered to advise
a victim of her rights for false statement when i knew that she wasn't lying i was asked to bring her in advise her of her rights like a criminal and interrogate her for false statement until i got the truth out of her . what we hear again and again from soldiers who have been raped is that as bad as it was being raped what was as bad if not worse was to receive professional fratelli ation in their chosen career merely because they were raped when you report something. you better be prepared for the repercussions if a man gets accused of rape it's a setup the woman's life i could choose to report it but if i wasn't if you know if they found that what i was saying wasn't to be truthful or than i would be reduced in rank you could lose your rate you could lose rank you could lose your school if
you file a false report 'd so. do you want to file a report. with the rape everything in the 1st my friend ed to make me a sound leave me report of the 2 different times to my squad leader and he told me that there is nothing he can do about it doesn't have any proof they actually did charge me with adultery. i wasn't married he was they took me before make my hand the tank commander and he says you think this is funny and i said what do you mean his like a solid job like what do you mean and i go see the 3rd girl report rape this week even as they call in cahoots you think is the game.
sometimes you need just a little bit more. to go. it was they c of course they. they ordered they ordered a back x. ray instead of that but if you're so make up. the shit they should know you should know what's wrong with me like read my stuff and you'll see that it's my face it's not my back it's not my legs my arms it's my baby need to prove i don't even know what your case is even if i don't even know why waste the gas money the trip anything it was completely a waste of time what a good veteran's day right. it's a perfect way to spend. it. because it was an isolated duty station they were in charge and we were just like cattle.
it was the 1st time i was drugged and raped i was this room where some of my friends and family had like one or 2 drinks and when laid down it was like instantly i was not feeling well and came to having a pillow over my head in my friend. raping me. that went on repeatedly. most sex offenders are hunters just like any hunter they study their prey they study their movements to study the behaviors they study the environment you have rapists pre on other human being. they they stock them the they wait until the victim is that the most vulnerable point in time to perpetrate their crimes a lot of times a victim as somebody that the suspect is very familiar with and they're very aware
of what's going on most sex offenders have this hidden persona that nobody ever sees except for the victim therefore when they're caught or if somebody reports people don't tend to believe that because they don't see the typical sex offender if it's an officer it's an officer that has had a bit chilly in the past preyed on and enlisted they would do it once they get away with it and then they think wow this was pretty easy i'm going to try to get in particularly for a savvy perpetrator to work with in a relatively closed system like the military it becomes a prime. a target rich environment for a predator. what
a was discharged they moved to seattle or things got really bad. i started to lose everything. is home where is. the addiction to selling drugs back in a guy. 40 percent of homeless female veterans have been raped while they were surfing they spit into such depression and it appears that they can't hold jobs they can hold their lives together and they end up on the streets when i 1st saw training as a gemini and i look over and it was like the universe was like. a gal. in my head i was like you are i know there are some special of our.
wow for hair when we 1st started dating it was hard. the biggest hurdle was not taking p.t.s.d. personally it does get really stressful and sort of said to have never known for you know before and you know it shows sort of in her in her prime now she is anxious and sad a lot of. going to go i'm going to go back to you maybe. if they come. out and i tens if i can for out doing something you know michel be lie check in like oh it's ok trina it's i have appreciative of it you know they may see me really. sad that here's this little 11 year old boy that's watching out for my well being.
that hurts you know i wanted to go away. you know and it doesn't go away. 30 years ago the berglund wall fell the cold war had essentially come to an end the fall of this cold war symbol was heralded as a new spring of nations and the end of communism decades on what is the legacy of this historic event the promises of the 1989 been fulfilled. today there are good terrorists and bad at it it's the bad terrorists and those in yemen who the united states deems to be a threat the good of those who work in syria the cia and the u.s. military were engaged in covert actions really throughout the world. where they
were assassinating populist leaders they were backing up right away military juntas funding an army of death squads there's no any more because there's always a small income for a really good this is a profit. time after time corporations repeat the same mantra sustainability it's very important to accelerate transitions to sustainable transport sustainability for man at a more equitable and sustainable world. they claim their production is completely harmless. the big. companies want us to feel good about buying their products while the damage is being done far away and this is something this must be done even and.
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