November is upon us, and with the changing of the leaves and college football kicking into high gear, we also begin to see a rise in mustaches. “Movember”, as it is known, is a campaign seeking to raise awareness for various men’s health issues, specifically certain cancers, by, well… growing mustaches. A similar campaign, “No Shave November,” also works to raise awareness about cancers affecting men during the same month… and encourages men not to shave and to grow beards instead. (No DoD endorsement expressed nor implied for either campaign. Dress and appearance standards still apply….) While this is not as steeped in military tradition as “Mustache March,” in which Airmen honor Brig Gen Robin Olds, a triple ace from the World War II and Vietnam eras, military installations do see a noticeable rise in crumb catchers each November. This year, members of the Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC) community wanted to highlight another societal health issue facing men, which might not be discussed as much as various forms of cancer affecting men or other gender-specific health concerns: sexual assault.