Survivor speaks out for sexual assault prevention

Pfc. speaks out in sex assault prevention video

By Meghann Myers

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Last year, Pfc. Natasha Schuette reported her Fort Jackson, S.C., drill sergeant for sexually assaulting her during basic training. Now, she’s the subject of an Army training video aimed at fighting sexual harassment and assault within the service.

Schuette, 21, is stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C., while her drill sergeant, former Staff Sgt. Louis Corral, serves a four-year prison sentence for assaulting her and four other female trainees in the 193rd Infantry Brigade.

Sgt. Maj. David Stewart of the Center for Army Profession and Ethic approached Schuette this year about telling her story to a larger Army audience.

“He just randomly sent me an email one day and was like, ‘I really think your story’s powerful,’ ” Schuette told Army Times. “I want to know if you would make a case-study video.”

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