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Trailer: The Invisible War - Sexual Assualt in the US Military, Documentary

 

On April 14, 2012 Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta viewed the film. On April 16, 2012, Secretary Panetta issued a directive ordering all sexual assault cases to be handled by senior officers at the rank of colonel or higher, which effectively ended the practice of commanders adjudicating these cases from within their own units.

 

 In his 2014 memoir, Worthy Fights, Panetta states that watching The Invisible War was one of the main factors that influenced him to take action on the issue of sexual assault in the military.

From: The Center of the Army Profession and Ethics (CAPE)

 

 The Army Ethic explains the nature of honorable service for the Army. The Army Ethic explains why we conduct ourselves morally and ethically. It provides motivation and inspiration for each of us to perform our duty in a manner worthy of the trust of the American people 

This Video: Video case-study on PFC Schuette, addresses the crisis of sexual harassment and sexual assault through the lens of the Army Profession with a particular focus on the trust relationships that are the bedrock of the Army Profession. The accompanying facilitator's guide enables small group discussion about how the crime of sexual assault and a culture that enables sexual harassment contradicts all essential characteristics of the Army Profession.