Camp Atterbury soldiers are teaching dozens of Johnson County girls self-defense skills to protect themselves if anyone ever tries to harm them.
The training is part of a Girls, Inc., program called Project Bold.
Captain Olivia Cobiskey with the 205th Infantry Brigade wanted to get involved with the program after she read that a Centers for Disease Control Study ranked Indiana the second most sexually violent state for young girls.
At a training class in Franklin, Thursday, the 10 to 13-year-old girls learned basic combative techniques like the post, frame and hook. They also learned take down techniques.
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by Personal Defense World / May 13, 2013