Around Air Force: Support for Survivors, Privacy for Pregnancies, Psychologists in Cockpit

In this week’s look around the Air Force, the Integrated Response Co-Location Pilot program provides improved support for survivors of assault and harassment, AMC’s commander signs a directive providing more privacy to pregnant Airmen, and psychologists attend a new aviation training program to better serve pilots and their unit’s mission. (Hosted by Senior Airman Garrett Hess)

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Department of the Air Force to launch Integrated Response Co-Location Pilot program, outlines initiatives to support sexual assault, harassment survivors

AMC commander directs maximized privacy for pregnant Airmen

Inaugural aviation training proves success for Air Force psychologists

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