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Teal morale shirts help highlight VVAs

2nd Lt. Jacob Masin, a volunteer victim advocate for the Kirtland Sexual Assault Response Prevention office, displays his new teal morale shirt July 18 here. The new teal tees are approved for wear on Fridays to help people identify the victim advocates, and the opportunity to confidentially share a possible sexual assault or ask questions in a confidential manner. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jim Fisher)

2nd Lt. Jacob Masin, a volunteer victim advocate for the Kirtland Sexual Assault Prevention Response office, displays his new teal morale shirt July 18 here. The new teal tees are approved for wear on Fridays to help people identify the victim advocates, and the opportunity to confidentially share a possible sexual assault or ask questions in a confidential manner. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jim Fisher)

KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- 2nd Lt. Jacob Masin, a volunteer victim advocate for the Kirtland Sexual Assault Prevention Response office, displays his new teal morale shirt July 18 here. The new teal tees are approved for wear on Fridays to help people identify the victim advocates, and the opportunity to confidentially share a possible sexual assault or ask questions in a confidential manner. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jim Fisher)