A heartbreaking (triggering) read about the aftermath of a woman’s rape. Not much has changed in the last 30 years.
I joined the Air Force at age 18, in 1981. I after basic and technical school I arrived at MacDill AFB. I was the first woman in my career field assigned to my shop and was not accepted at all.
My first roll call I was told that I would not be there long as I had no business invaded this man’s career field. I was told that I would be carried out in a body bag, commit suicide, go AWOL, or be put in a straight jacket before they were done with me.
Within a couple weeks I was attacked at the barracks (not raped) and suffered a head injury which my attacker did this in front of a group of people and never was charged. While in the hospital one of the supervisors started to befriend me. He built my trust up. At a party off…
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Melissa, founder of FightingPTSD will be attending and speaking about how service dogs can assist veterans with PTSD. Retrieving Freedom will also be present to help spread awareness. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by and support your Mid-South Wounded Warriors!