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Airman Leadership School Set A (VOL 1,2,3)

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Q1. What Sexual Assault Prevention And Response concepts are evident in this scenario?

- Potentially harmfully behaviors
- Proactive approaches to preventing sexual assault
- Setting a climate of zero tolerance

Q2. Where do you see these concepts? Why is it those concepts?

Potentially harmfully behaviors
- Line 1: "demeaning comments

Proactive Approaches
- Line 1-3:
-- counsels them
-- calls his entire work center together
-- reinforces zero tolerance

Setting a climate of zero tolerances
- Line 4 - 6:
-- expect you to remind those...
-- report the incident to me
-- violators can expect swift and severe action

Q3. Were MSgt Fuller's actions appropriate or inappropriate? Why?

- Appropriate because NCOs must support the AF's zero tolerance policy on sexual assault by:
-- being proactive in preventing SA
-- setting a climate of zero tolerance
-- making it clear that violators will be dealt with

Q4.What can you predict will happen based on MSgt Fuller's actions?

- Demeaning comments and behaviors will disappear
- Subordinates will be more willing to go to Fuller for help and to confide in him
- People will probably report violations
- Teamwork may improve
- Work environment will become less hostile

Q5. What could have happened if MSgt Fuller had acted in a different way?

- Demeaning comments and behaviors would continue, thus:
-- actions could escalate along the continuum of harm (i.e. Sexual Assault may occur)
-- The environment will remain negative and hostile
-- Victims will not report violations and will not trust Fuller or seek help from him.
Q1. What Sexual Assault and Response concepts do you see in this scenario?

- Reporting (Unrestricted); Tillie to Fuller
- Responding by Fuller to the victim
- Fuller taking reporting actions (SARC, CC)

Q2. Where do you see these concepts? Why is it those concepts?

Reporting
- Line 1 and 2; Another member of the work center sexually assaulted me
- Unrestricted; Tillie reported the assault to Fuller who is in her chain, he has to report it as unrestricted

Appropriate Response to Victim
- Lines 2 and 3; "Are you okay? Do you need medical attention? Do you want to speak with a counselor?

Taking appropriate steps in Reporting
- Lines 5 and 6; Fuller called the SARC, Security Forces, and then accompanied Tillman to the commander's office.

Q3. Were MSgt Fuller's actions appropriate or inappropriate? Why?

- Appropriate because NCOs must:
-- Ensured Tillie was ok and asked if she needed anything
-- Reassured her that she was doing the right thing, building trust
-- Didn't blame or judge Tillie
-- Contacted the SARC, Security Forces
-- Stayed with victim, accompanied her to CC

Q4. What can you predict will happen based on MSgt Fuller's actions?

- Tillie will receive the care she needs
- Tillie will trust Fuller throughout this process
- Since Tillie knows Fuller cares and supports her, it is less likely she will become withdrawn, depressed, suicidal

Q5. What would happen if MSgt Fuller had not responded to the victim correctly?

- Tillie may not have received care she needed
- If Fuller would have blamed or judged Tillie or have been insensitive to her assault, trust would have broken down
- Tillie would have been more likely to become withdrawn from the work center, depressed, suicidal
Q1. What Sexual Assault and Response concepts do you see in this scenario?

- Responding to the alleged perpetrator
- Responding to the unit cohesion and trust

Q2. Where do you see these concepts? Why is it those concepts?

Responding to perpetrator
- Line 1 thru 4; he calls in SrA Troy. Fuller tells Troy, "You've been accused of sexual assault. I can't believe anyone would ever do that. You have issues that you're obviously going to have to work through. I'm putting you on the base detail team, for safety concerns, until you're removed from the Air Force."

Responding to unit
- Line 5 and 6; Fuller stops and responds, "Rest assured, Tillie is taken care of and Troy will get what he deserves."

Q3. Were MSgt Fuller's actions appropriate or inappropriate? Why?

- Inappropriate because Fuller:
-- Did not ensure Troy was being treated fairly or given the "Presumption of Innocence"; could cause Troy to become withdrawn and feel isolated, suicidal, violent, turn to substance abuse, etc.
-- Fuller was judgmental towards Troy; Troy will not trust the process or Fuller if he is already being assumed guilty

-- Fuller did not stop or manage rumors when he overheard the two SSgts talking, he added to their gossip/rumors; This will tear down unit cohesion and trust and could cause diving lines in the shop.

Q4. If inappropriate, what appropriate actions should MSgt Fuller have taken? Why?

- Fuller should have:
-- Talked with Troy about the process that is about to take place with the investigation and reassured him that he is considered innocent until proven guilty; this would have reassured Troy that he is going to be treated fairly and he would have probably trusted Fuller and not become withdrawn or felt isolated
-- Talked with Troy about possible moves until the investigation was complete and worked with Troy on time away from the work center the Troy will need for ADC or any other appointments in regard to this matter; Troy would again, trust Fuller
-- Stopped or managed rumors when he overheard the two SSgts talking, and not add to the rumor mill; he added to their gossip/rumors; this would have cut down or eliminated rumors and stop any additional deterioration of unit cohesion or trust.
-- Called his work center together to address the situation, rumors, or concerns and reassure and remind everyone that the authorities are handling the case and that the unit still has a mission to accomplish; this would have negated rumors, made the unit members feel at ease and maintained cohesion and trust.

Q5. What can you predict will happen based on MSgt Fuller's actions?

- Troy may feel isolated and alone
- He may not get the proper legal advice or help (Other NCOs, First Sergeant, or ADC)
- His duty performance and morale will suffer because of the way MSgt Fuller treated him.