512th RS Green Dots

Members of the 512th Rescue Squadron do their part in both rescue operations and Green Dot procedures. A “green dot” represents an individual’s commitment to counteracting “red dots,” those moments when words, choices or actions lead to power-based personal violence, a form of violence which has as the primary motivator the assertion of power, control, or intimidation in order to harm another. This includes partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, other uses of force, threat, intimidation or harassment of an individual. (Courtesy Photo)

PHOTO BY: Staff Sgt. J.D. Strong II
VIRIN: 190109-F-ZZ999-0100.JPG
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