SENIOR LEADERS ARE SAYING
"There is no question that these multiple tours have put enormous strain on the force, absolutely. ... Our troopers do an extraordinarily good job, despite the enormous strain that, clearly, they and their Families have experienced over the course of the last number of years."
- Gen. David H. Petraeus, to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Apr. 8, 2008
U.S. Troops devoted to Iraq mission despite strain, Petraeus says
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Army Sexual Assault Prevention, and Response Program and Resources
What leaders are saying
"Sexual assault is contrary to Army values. There is no place in the Army for it. We train our Soldiers every year on sexual assault prevention and we reemphasize it in all of our professional education. Our SAPR Program is constantly looking for new and innovative techniques to address sexual assault prevention. This year we are incorporating a new peer involvement strategy that encourages peer intervention in addition to our other comprehensive approaches." Lt. Gen. Michael D. Rochelle, deputy chief of staff, Army G-1.
What is it?
The Army joins DOD and the other armed services in observing National Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
April brings an annual opportunity to focus awareness on sexual violence and its prevention and is a time to highlight the efforts of the Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) who provide intervention and prevention services while offering support to sexual assault survivors, victims and their Families.
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Information Papers with " 2008 Army Posture Statement"
INFORMATION YOU CAN USE
- 2008 Strategic Communication Guide - Read the 2008 Army Strategic Communication Guide for key messages and updates
- Strategic Communication Coordination Group (SCCG) Workspace
- Army Public Affairs Portal
- Stories of Valor
Saturday, June 14, 2008: The U.S. Army Birthday Ball