The number of U.S. service members who reported being sexually assaulted hit a four-year high in 2018, and at least one base Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program is fighting back with a cartoon skunk.

At least, that's the takeaway poster for the 24-hour SAPR helpline at McChord Field in Washington State that popped up on the popular Air Force amn/nco/snco Facebook page on Wednesday:

The Air Force saw an 11 percent increase in reported sexual assaults in fiscal 2018, according to the Pentagon's latest assessment. But at least Air Force officials didn't follow the Army's lead with a cake-cutting or an 'escape room,' right?

McChord Field public affairs officials did not immediately respond to request for comment from Task & Purpose.

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