MeToo when you wear the uniform – Sexual assault in the military – Ep 4.0
Ep 4 is here. Hope you enjoy it.
I did want to make a note for people about SGT Johnson, the SF soldier who died in Niger back in October. I said his name a number of times in this episode and I’m pretty sure most of them were SGT La Johnson. His name is SGT La David Johnson and I apologize for not saying his name correctly. I have memory issues and sometimes things don’t get out quite right. But, a person’s name is an important thing and I aim to do it right.
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00:40 – Jerusalem becoming location of US Embassy
08:38 – Gas line explosion at Camp Pendleton
11:09 – Niger updates
42:20 – Analyzing recent deployments of Raytheon Patriot missile defense systems
51:00 – Three sisters, three academies, four generations of service
105:13 – Sexual assault in the military
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