Heidelberg Civic Center
Shortly after the end of World War II, the Heidelberg Civic Center housed German youth activities to promote German-American relations. The Farewell Heidelberg Exhibit, featuring historical photographs, a commemorative video and more, will open 11 a.m. June 1 in the Village Pavilion Community Center, Bldg. 4507 on Patrick Henry Village. The exhibit will be open
2-9 p.m. June 1-8. For more information about Farewell Heidelberg events, call DSN 388-9438, civ. 06221-338-9438. (Photo courtesy Dr. John Provan, Kelkheim).
"iWATCH & iREPORT"
All of these are a part of a community awareness program created to educate the Army community about behavior and activities that may have a conection to terrorism and criminal activity.
I A.M. STRONG
I A.M. STRONG is the Army's campaign to combat sexual assault by engaging all Soldiers in preventing sexual assaults before they occur. As Soldiers and proud members of our Team, we are duty bound to Intervene, Act, and Motivate others to stop sexual assaults and the sexually offensive language and gesture that create an environment allowing this abuse.
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Suicide Prevention is a commander's program and the responsibility of every leader. It is a required training for Army Soldiers and civilian employees but the frequency of this training is not specific, so the commander can be creative and implement training that is based on internal factors.
The Army accepts as reality the intent of those that would use terrorism as a tool to destroy people, disrupt our mision and deter us from our responsibilities. In turn we accept the obligation to not only prevent terrorist attacks targeting the Army community, but to respond effectively to an attack should our enemy discover and exploit a gap or seam in our protective posture...