Campaign on Property Accountability
SENIOR LEADERS ARE SAYING
"These are the most magnificent young men and women of the United States. I'm inspired by their commitment to serve the nation in time of war, and I just look forward with a sense of humility and pride to serve with each and every one of them."
- Lt. Gen. David Huntoon Jr., West Point's commanding general, superintendent and a graduate as well as a father of a senior cadet, praises the Corps of Cadets for their commitment to the mission of the U.S. Army
Huntoon: 'Inspired to serve' Corps of Cadets
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
"No one would say the "s" word. The stigma tells us that people with mental health problems are crazy or weak or defective ... I've actually been told that I am a less-quality person because I've had struggles with suicide…Don't believe the lies ... don't believe your thoughts and feelings. You don't have to kill yourself to escape your pain. There is a way out."
- Capt. Emily Stehr, an Army physical therapist, survived a battle with suicide upon returning from her deployment to Iraq in 2008, encourages Soldiers to know that emotional injuries are just as legitimate as physical and encourages to treat the suicidal feelings as a medical emergency
Army officer beats suicide, helps others
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Campaign on Property Accountability
What is it?
Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr., has directed an enduring property accountability campaign with the mission to ensure a culture of good supply discipline and property accountability across the Army at every level.
What is the Army doing?
For an Army operating on a rotational model-ARFORGEN, it is imperative we account for all of our property, including the recovery and reintegration of excess, and ensure it is properly recorded in the supply system to ultimately enhance Army readiness. Charged by the Chief to the Army G-4, the key tasks of this campaign are:
- Reinforce existing policies and directives with subordinates
- Re-establish commanders' organization inspection programs
- Mentor leaders at every level on good supply discipline and property accountability
- Redistribute or turn-in excess materiel
- Establish mechanisms to monitor compliance with good supply procedures
The desired end state is all Army property accounted for; excess property turned in and redistributed to improve readiness, and programs in place to inspect and monitor compliance.
What continued efforts does the Army have planned for the future?
Property accountability is every commander's responsibility. As the Army focuses on executing the Iraq drawdown and build-up in Afghanistan, as well as continued deployments worldwide, it is imperative that we maintain good accountability of all Army property. We must know what we have and where it is - without exception.
The Campaign on Property Accountability will elevate the visibility of supply discipline to ensure it is getting the attention it deserves and help us meet the goal of 100 percent accountability.
Why is this important to the Army?
The Army has been at war for the past nine years, while simultaneously undergoing the largest organizational change since World War II, and an equipment modernization effort that has led to over $200 billion in new equipment fielding. The amount of Army property and supplies being received laterally transferred and turned in has been and remains unprecedented.
Accurate and precise property accountability directly impacts overall Army readiness, our ability to meet and sustain our global commitments, and our efforts to rebalance the Army. This is commanders' business. We need everyone's support to succeed.
Campaign on Property Accountability Execution Order and Annex A: Strategic Communication Plan on AKO
STAND-TO! edition, Jan. 6, 2010:Army Property Accountability
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