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Victims, advocates take 2-mile jump against sexual assault

Donna Rathbun, Vandenberg’s Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, skydives above Lompoc April 20 in support of “Operation Free-Fall”, Thousands of people jump during the annual nation-wide event held during Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April, to empower survivors and to raise awareness to what has become the nation’s most under reported crime. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christina Rumsey)

PHOTO BY: Staff Sgt. Christina Rumsey
VIRIN: 070427-F-4539R-213.JPG
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