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Home Team interactive training educates soldiers on domestic violence prevention

Actress Karina Dominguez (left), and Pvt. 2 Kyandra Irick (right), HHC, 1st ACB, interact during "The Home Team" at Palmer Theater April 9 at Fort Hood, Texas. "The Home Team" is a domestic violence prevention live show that educates soldiers and civilians about domestic abuse and violence. It focuses on improved communication and conflict resolution in relationships, the definition and early warning signs of domestic violence and abuse and child abuse and neglect, the effects of abuse, and the importance of bystanders in detecting and reporting issues in the community.

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This work, Home Team interactive training educates soldiers on domestic violence prevention [Image 1 of 3], by SGT Christopher Calvert, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.09.2013

Date Posted:04.12.2013 12:20

Photo ID:905747



Size:662.07 KB

Location:FORT HOOD, TX, USGlobe

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