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NEWS | April 2, 2015

Double Eagle - 04.02.2015

COVER STORY: It doesn’t matter whether you are a Soldier, Army civilian, female, or male, you could be a victim of sexual harassment or assault. In the event you are a victim of harassment or assault, do you know what steps you need to take to report an incident? The answer depends on whether you are a Soldier or an Army civilian. (Photo by Timothy L. Hale/U.S. Army Reserve Command)

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