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Mighty Pen Project, Veteran, Memoir, Army, Women, 1970s, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colorado, Chain of Command, Harrassment, Sexual Harrassment, Power, Authority, Justice, Hierarchy
Using the Chain of Command as an appeal process, a woman soldier in the 70s reports her Company Commander and First Sergeant to the Brigade Commander when her immediate superiors refuse to listen to her grievance.
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