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In living color: 2021 SAPR run raises awareness

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A member of Team Dover gets doused with powder during the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. More than 60 members of Team Dover participated in this year’s event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

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Members of Team Dover get doused with powder during the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. More than 60 members of Team Dover participated in this year’s event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

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Senior Master Sgt. Andrew Silkworth, 436th Aerial Port Squadron Air Terminal Operations superintendent, gets doused with powder during the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. More than 60 members of Team Dover participated in this year’s event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

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Members of Team Dover pose for a photo before the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021.The annual event aims to bring awareness to sexual assault in the military in hopes of preventing future incidents. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

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Col. Phelemon Williams, right, 436th Mission Support Group commander, presents the medal of fastest female to Sabrina Ostrom after the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. SAPR color runs support the implementation of Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities and outreach beyond April. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

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Col. Phelemon Williams, right, 436th Mission Support Group commander, presents the medal of fastest male to Airman 1st Class Bryce Ford, 436th Maintenance Squadron repair and reclaimation apprentice, after the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. SAPR color runs support the implementation of Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities and outreach beyond April. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

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A runner finishes the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. The Department of the Air Force believes the continued high level in victim reporting in fiscal year 2020 demonstrates increased comfort in coming forward, and reflects a positive effect of the SAPR program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

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A runner finishes the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. The Department of the Air Force believes the continued high level in victim reporting in fiscal year 2020 demonstrates increased comfort in coming forward, and reflects a positive effect of the SAPR program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

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Col. Shanon Anderson, 436th Airlift Wing vice commander, races another participant during the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. The Department of the Air Force believes the continued high amount of victim reporting in fiscal year 2020 demonstrates increased comfort in coming forward, and reflects a positive effect of the SAPR program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

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Participants in the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run sprint during the race at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. The Department of the Air Force believes the continued high amount of victim reporting in fiscal year 2020 demonstrates increased comfort in coming forward, and reflects a positive effect of the SAPR program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

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Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run pariticipants throw colored powder in the air prior to at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. The colored powder is a representation of the different helping agencies on the base. Teal represents the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program; blue, Mental Health; yellow, Chaplain; orange, Special Victim Counsel; purple, Equal Opportunity and pink, Family Advocacy. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

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A Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run participant, picks out a colored powder bag at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. The colored powder is a representation of the different helping agencies on the base. Teal represents the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program; blue, Mental Health; yellow, Chaplain; orange, Special Victim Counsel; purple, Equal Opportunity and pink, Family Advocacy. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

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Col. Matt Husemann, 436th Airlift Wing commander, speaks with Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run participants at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. More than 60 members of Team Dover participated in this year’s event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del. -- A member of Team Dover gets doused with powder during the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Color Run at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 25, 2021. More than 60 members of Team Dover participated in this year’s event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)