The smart use of energy and water saves the Air Force money, but a decreasing demand has not
It started off as a typical Friday night for many Airmen with their wallets full of money to burn, Airmen fill the 52nd Fighter Wing legal office courtroom during the "Got Consent?" training Oct. 24, 2013. "Got Consent?" is an interactive training session that allows first-term Airmen to participate as jurors in a sexual assault case. Legal office personnel broadcasted pre-recorded interviews from the plaintiff and defendant before the jury panel as part of the training’s program. (U.S. Air Force photo/Daryl Knee)
Educating Airmen on telling their story, and the broader Air Force story, is part of the mission of Capt. Sarah Priebe, a Special Victims Unit senior trial counsel answers a
question posed by Mr. Alan Rod, an instructor at the Air Force Public
Affairs Center of Excellence, during a simulated press conference at the
Judge Advocate General's School at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., July 23,
2013. Members of PACE produced the simulation to prepare the STCs for
high-visibility and sexual assault cases. PACE instructors provide education
and training to ensure students are better able to communicate in the modern
information environment and are responsible for the creation and
implementation of public communication curriculum across The Air University.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Gregory Brook)
The Department of Defense is doing whatever it can to end sexual assault in the military, and a big
When Maj. John Bellflower looked across the courtroom where a court-martial for an alleged sexual Special Victims' Counsel provides sexual assault victims legal assistance.
A new Air Force program that provides legal assistance to victims of sexual assault began Jan. 28 at Capt. Amanda Snipes, 375th Air Mobility Wing general law chief and special victims' counsel, conducts research on sexual offense cases at Scott AFB March 1.  As an SVC, her job is to provide sexual assault victims with guidance and legal representation throughout the criminal proceeding.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Maria Bowman)
Members of the 451st Air Expeditionary Wing here are helping the Afghan air force Kandahar air wing Maj. Deanna Daly, staff judge advocate for the 451st Air Expeditionary Wing at Kandahar Airfield, advises Afghan Col. Saaid Ahmad, her counterpart at the Kandahar Air Wing, an Afghan Air Force unit based at KAF. Due to the language barrier, the two communicate using an interpreter (right). Daly and her paralegal, Tech. Sgt. Terry Beasley, have been advising the KAW legal office on issues such as military justice and non-judicial punishment. (Photo by Capt. Tristan Hinderliter/U.S. Air Force)
A new Air Force pilot program designed to provide legal assistance to victims of sexual assault will Graphic by Sylvia Saab
Senior leaders here took time out Sept. 7, for a refresher course on commanders and the law.The Lt. Col. Michael Safko, 319th Air Base Wing staff judge advocate, briefs Grand Forks AFB senior leaders on commanders and the law Sept. 7, 2012. The briefing covered a wide range of topics including an overview of routine services offered by the base legal assistance office, fitness discharges, disciplinary tools, line of duty determinations, dependent misconduct, and the area defense counsel. Safko said these sorts of briefings are typically held on an annual basis in late summer or early fall, because that is usually the time when new commanders have recently taken over the reins of their units. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Susan L. Davis)
Editor's note: "Women in History" is a four-part series portraying women currently stationed at Lt. Col Shannon Sherwin is the 354th Fighter Wing staff judge advocate. As a female field grade officer, she has overcome obstacles that have helped her become an asset to the Air Force while remaining true to herself. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Zachary Perras)

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