April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and educate communities on how to prevent it. Be the Force behind the Fight against sexual assault and harassment. Remember, I. AM. Strong: Intervening, Acting and Motivating against sexual assault and harassment in our ranks begins with each and every member of the Army team. To learn more visit www.SHARP.army.mil.
The Occupational Physical Assessment Test matches prospective Soldiers to careers where they are likely to succeed and meet the Army’s needs. The OPAT was developed as a predictive test to assess a recruit’s ability to complete the high physical demands of their military occupational specialty.
Photo Credit: Future Soldiers from the island of Puerto Rico stand in formation during the guidance and educational event conducted by the Puerto Rico Recruiting Activity, 6 Apr. Since 1922 troops and Families from Puerto Rico have answered the Nation’s call in every critical moment of our history, both in the combat and the humanitarian fronts, displaying an unmatched strength of character and determination. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jose Babilonia)
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command recently hosted the first ever State of NCO Development Town Hall, reaching thousands of Soldiers from across the force. The two-hour long event featured TRADOC Command Sgt. Maj. David Davenport, and a number of other subject matter experts from the U.S. Army Reserve, National Guard and TRADOC.
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command will hold the first ever State of NCO Development Town Hall, March 3, from 5-7 p.m. EST. This will be your opportunity to learn the latest on NCO development from leaders and subject matter experts from across TRADOC. Log onto www.tradoc.army.mil/WATCH, use #talk2TRADOC on Twitter or log onto TRADOC’s Facebook page to participate.
The Asymmetric Warfare Group’s Adaptive Soldier Leader Training and Education course enhances adaptability in training and education while concentrating learning principles spanning all aspects of warfare and encouraging development of genuine knowledge with practice.
Soldiers looking for a way to continue serving can find career satisfaction while maintaining stability for their families by becoming the next trainers, coaches and mentors in the Army Reserve. As part of the Active Component to Reserve Component program, or ACRC 365 program, the Army Reserve is seeking high quality non-commissioned officers to serve as drill sergeants at reserve units across the country. This is an opportunity for former drill sergeants or those with the goal to be a drill sergeant to fulfill their commitment to serve while making a strategic contribution.