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    SME: Mr. Allen Blair, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, 149th Fighter Wing

    SB 1: My job is to assist survivors of sexual assault and also do what I can to help prevent it from ever happening. The job that I do, it contributes to the Air Force mission because we hear so much about taking care of the people, and if you take care of the people, it’ll take care of the mission. Sometimes we have some of out personnel who have gone through horrible events, sometimes these events have taken place prior to the military, sometimes it’s taken place while these individuals have been a part of the military.

    What is SAAPM?

    SB 2: April is sexual assault and awareness prevention month and it’s an awareness month in which a lot of times people don’t realize, one the number of people who have been sexually assaulted so we try to bring awareness, and two just figure out how do we go about preventing this crime?

    Is there something about your job that would surprise most people?

    SB 3: Something about my job that would surprise most people and many people is that a lot of times they don’t realize the number of men that have been sexually assaulted, so many times they think this is just a women issue and that it only happens to women, maybe rarely it happens to men, but it happens to more men than you think.

    What’s the best part of being a SARC?

    SB 4: The best part of my job is just helping people. I feel like God put me on this earth to make a difference, to be a positive light in people’s lives. So my job of seeing somebody in such a broken state, sometimes hopeless, sometimes some of these individuals have tried to commit suicide or have done bad things to themselves because of what has happened to them, and get them on the right path. Get them on a journey to heal them and help them know that it wasn’t their fault that somebody else did this horrible thing to them and also see them get to the point in which they’re truly thriving. Not just feel like this is what happened to me, this is a life sentence for me to be seen as a victim, but hey I’m a survivor, this is what happened to me, I’ve got a voice and I’m going to use my voice in a positive light. Just seeing that transformation, being a part of that healing process is defiantly what motivates me and sometime I enjoy most about my job.

    149th Fighter Wing 24-hour report line 210-925-6098

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    VIDEO INFO

    Date Taken: 04.28.2019
    Date Posted: 04.28.2019 15:50
    Category: Interviews
    Video ID: 675788
    VIRIN: 190428-F-IR597-245
    Filename: DOD_106684571
    Length: 00:02:41
    Location: SAN ANTONIO, TX, US 

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