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May 2024 Articles

Stitched With Love: Quilting Guild Donates Handmade Quilts to Support USAG Rheinland-Pfalz Suicide Prevention Program

5/31/24
The Rheinland Pfalz Quilting Guild gifted U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz’s Suicide Prevention Program the first two of twelve quilts to be donated to community members affected by suicide.

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Fort Cavazos Hosts Carry the Load Event

5/30/24
Remembering all those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in protection of the nation is the load that those who live on carry. Fort Cavazos recognized Carry the Load, a nonprofit organization that goes above and beyond to honor the fallen.

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From Spouse to Soldier: Family Members Who Serve

5/29/24
More than 30 family members joined the Army in the past year from U.S. Army Garrison Italy, headquartered at Caserma Ederle in Vicenza, Italy.

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Online Survey Provides Clearer Picture of What Programs Camp Zama Youths Want

5/28/24
An online survey conducted in April was meant to give youths in the community here a say in developing programs and services that will benefit them.

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Unity in Diversity: U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz Celebrates AAPI Heritage Month with Stories of Resilience and Cultural Tributes

5/24/24
U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz held an Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month event at the Hall of Champions on Smith Barracks.

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Community Members Run to Honor at USAG Bavaria

5/23/24
Family members, Gold Star and survivor Families, Soldiers and civilians gathered for U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria’s five-kilometer Run to Honor. Ninety-five runners took to the route in the rain while wearing the names of those to honor on their race bibs.

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DOD Honors Sexual Assault Prevention, Response Professionals

5/21/24
The Defense Department recognized the top-level performance of more than two dozen department and service employees who work in the sexual assault prevention and response community.

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PoM Survivor Outreach Services Assists Gold Star Families

5/20/24
The Gold Star family is one that has experienced the loss of a child, spouse or parent who died as the result of active-duty military service.

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Department of Defense Releases Fiscal Year 2023 Annual Report on Sexual Assault in the Military

5/16/24
The Department of Defense released the Fiscal Year 2023 Annual Report on Sexual Assault in the Military. This year's annual report shows that the estimated prevalence of sexual assault and harassment declined in the active force, compared to levels last measured in 2021.

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ASAP/SHARP Prevention 5K Color Runs Held Throughout Bavaria

5/16/24
U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria’s Army Substance Abuse Program and the Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention programs hosted four Prevention 5K Color Runs/Walk throughout Bavaria in April.

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Stuttgart Military Community Gains New Sexual Assault Response Capability

5/15/24
On Sept. 1, the Stuttgart military community gained an important new resource for sexual assault response when the U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart officially implemented an in-house medical forensic examination capability.

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Camp Zama Community Hears Messages of Resilience at Prayer Breakfast

5/10/24
More than 100 community members attended a National Day of Prayer breakfast at the Camp Zama Community Club to show appreciation for the right to freely practice one’s faith.

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USAG Bavaria Hosts Hiring Our Heroes Career Summit

5/9/24
The Hiring Our Heroes Career Summit returned to U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria with a focus on transitioning service members, veterans, and military spouses.

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405th AFSB Celebrates National Military Spouse Appreciation Day

5/9/24
The entire team at the 405th Army Field Support Brigade celebrated National Military Spouse Appreciation Day, a presidentially approved commemoration celebrated on May 10.

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U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz Army Community Service Goes Above and Beyond for Returning Soldiers

5/9/24
U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz’s (USAG-RP) Army Community Service (ACS) Family Advocacy Program (FAP) team provided FAP Reunion Training for over 250 Soldiers from 3rd Infantry Division (3ID) returning to Fort Stewart, Georgia, after a demanding 9-month deployment to Poland.

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The Strength Behind the Soldier

5/3/24
Military Spouse Appreciation Day is an opportunity to recognize the sacrifices spouses make for the Army and to highlight the Army's responsibility in taking care of Army Families through various efforts.

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ACE-SI Tier 3 Trainers Receive Unique Skill Identifier

5/2/24
The Army now grants all Soldiers who successfully complete the Ask, Care, Escort Suicide Intervention (ACE-SI) Tier 3 a personnel development skill identifier (PDSI) code.

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Army Quality of Life Task Force Expands Portfolio

5/2/24
The Army Quality of Life Task Force expanded its lines of effort from six to 10 to increase the wellbeing of its number one asset: its people.

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DPRR Celebrates Month of the Military Child With CYSS and EFMP

5/2/24
Month of the Military Child provides an opportunity to celebrate military-connected youths around the world and to encourage services and installations to amplify the efforts across all of the ecosystems to support these children.

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Honoring Legacies: SOS Ensures Continued Support for Survivors

5/2/24
As we commemorate Gold Star Spouses Day on April 5, it’s a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by Army Families and the unwavering support they deserve.

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Integrated Prevention Advisory Group Reaches New Milestone

5/2/24
The Integrated Prevention Advisory Group, or I-PAG, is the Army’s new primary prevention workforce.

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Securing Hope: Strategies for Lethal Means Safety, With Emmy Betz, M.D.

5/2/24
According to Betz, lethal means safety is just one part of what we think about as a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention.

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SHARP Program Restructuring Enhances Victim Support

5/2/24
The Army’s SHARP program restructure signals the branch's commitment to taking steps to address sexual assault and sexual harassment by enhancing both prevention and response capabilities.

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Soldiers Discover the Art of Triumphing Over Adversity

5/2/24
Resiliency Through Art started it in 2016 as a healthy way for service members to deal with issues like persistent anxiety, rage and depression.

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The Army's EAP is There for Employees in Need

5/2/24
The Army has an Employee Assistance Program to help employees during times of increased stress.

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Where Hope Can Triumph After Despair

5/2/24
“Postvention” is a term often overlooked in conversations about suicide and consists of structured activities, after a suicide attempt or death, that promote recovery and healing among those affected.

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Youth Display Pinwheels to Promote Prevention of Child Abuse

5/1/24
Dozens of community members joined a pinwheel planting event to show their support for National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

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ASAP Hosts Low-Risk Drinking Event to Promote Responsible Alcohol Use

5/1/24
The Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) teamed up with Army Community Service to host a Low-Risk Drinking event at Schofield Barracks as part of April's Alcohol Awareness Month.

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Sun Shines on Hohenfels Military Children's Fest

5/1/24
Kinderfest is celebrated as part of Month of the Military Child, when the Department of Defense recognizes the vital role that the children of the service members play in the lives and strength of the nation.

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