More then 1,000 Soldiers and civilians were briefed on the Threat Awareness Reporting Program

By Natalie LakosilAugust 15, 2012

FORT HUACHCUA, Ariz. - More then 1,000 Soldiers and civilians were briefed on the Threat Awareness Reporting Program and Antiterrorism on Tuesday at Cochise Theater on Fort Huachuca by Chief Warrant Office, Jon Nance, 902nd CI and Jesse Markum, Antiterrorism Officer, Directorate of plans, training mobilization and security, Fort Huachuca. Four classes were offered throughout the day. Insider threats, espionage, sabotage, terrorism, treason and more were covered during the briefing. "I am providing important need to know information on how to report," Markum said. "We are having this to increase awareness of the insider threat problem," Nance added.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT HUACHCUA, Ariz. - More then 1,000 Soldiers and civilians were briefed on the Threat Awareness Reporting Program and Antiterrorism on Tuesday at Cochise Theater on Fort Huachuca by Chief Warrant Office, Jon Nance, 902nd CI and Jesse Markum, Antiterrorism Officer, Directorate of plans, training mobilization and security, Fort Huachuca. Four classes were offered throughout the day. Insider threats, espionage, sabotage, terrorism, treason and more were covered during the briefing. "I am providing important need to know information on how to report," Markum said. "We are having this to increase awareness of the insider threat problem," Nance added. (Photo Credit: Natalie Lakosil ) VIEW ORIGINAL