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The National Training Center and Fort Irwin welcomed a new commander during a change of command ceremony recently at Fort Irwin, Calif. Brig. Gen. Timothy P. McGuire recently t ook command of the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk during a ceremony on Fort Polk, La. FORSCOM in the news Public Affairs units in action 24th Press Camp Headquarters Infantry Soldiers of 1st Battalion, 36th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, clear buildings during a simulated raid at El Jabar Village, Fort Bliss, Texas, during the division-wide Exercise Iron Focus, March 26, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Maricris C. Cosejo) Month of the Military ChildIn 1986, the Department of Defense designated April as Month of the Military Child to recognize the contributions of military children. This years theme, Their Lives, Their Stories, captures the Armys story through the eyes of Army children.. Maj. Gen. Jeffrey L. Bannister took command of the 10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum during a changeof-command ceremony recently at Fort Drum, N.Y. Recently, 96-year-old former First Team Soldier Sgt. Clinton Woodley returned to Fort Hood, Texas, to receive awards for his service during World War II. Recently, elements of the 101st Airborne Division headquarters returned after deploying to Liberia in support of Operation United Assistance. FRONTLINEU.S. Army Forces CommandApril 3, 2015 | Volume V, Issue 13 I am excited to see what our creative young leaders will come up with and what their approach will be to get at this problem. And, I think we have to be brave enough to institute some of the recommendations they come up with SMA Daniel A. Dailey Sergeant Major of the Army March 25, 2015, Washington Senior Leaders Not in my squad, not in our Army On Point Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) is observed every April to raise awareness and educate communities on the prevention of sexual violence. The Armys 2015 SAAPM theme is Not in My Squad. Not in Our Army. We Are Trusted Professionals. This theme emphasizes the ethical commitment each member of the Total Army Family, from the squad level on up, must adopt to ensure every Soldier, Department of the Army Civilian, and their Family members are treated with dignity and respect. Through coordinated planning of special events, Army commanders and SHARP proponents will continue to raise awareness, internal and external media attention, and momentum for preventing and ending sexual violence. By C. Todd Lopez, Army News Service WASHINGTON (March 25, 2015) -Since the sault in the ranks, the agenda, the training, and the delivery has been by Army senior leadership. Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey will soon kick off a new program, Not in My Squad, Not in Our Army, that will offer Soldiers at the lowest levels in the Army an opportunity to take owner ship of both the problem of sexual assault, as well as the solution. Part of that initiative will bring Soldiers from around the force leaders at team and squad lev el to Washington to meet with Army leaders and experts within the Armys sexual harassment/ assault response and prevention, or SHARP, pro gram and G-1, to wargame their own solutions to sexual assault that they feel might better reso nate with the Soldiers they lead worldwide. Included will be staff sergeants from around the Army, from different divisions, corps, and the aters. Guiding discussion will be SHARP experts and personnel from the Armys G-1. But it will be tions, and who will make recommendations to Army leadership about those solutions. We have done a lot of work to communicate the Army profession across our force, he said. If you want something to happen, it requires leadership. And if you want something to happen from the lowest level up, it requires leadership understanding of the issues, the challenges associated with what our Soldiers are facing every day, the stressors of life of being a young Soldier and young Family member throughout our force. I think they are well postured to inform us on those challenges. Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey shares his Army story with Sgt. Taryn Hagerman at the conclusion of his Dailey: Soldiers to own SHARP problem, solution


TOP SHOTSHere are the best photos from FORSCOM Public Affairs professionals world-wide. For more photos and information, click these photos or visit archives FRONTLINEThis weeks FORSCOM PA Summary (CAC required) Headquarters, U.S. Army Forces Command 4700 Knox St., Fort Bragg, NC 28310-5000 The U.S. Army Forces Command Frontline is a weekly authorized newsletter highlighting FORSCOM-related news from Above Soldiers from D Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, engage simulated enemy armored vehicles with a tripod-mounted BGM-71 Tubelaunched, Optically-tracked, Wire-guided (TOW) missile system at Fort Campbell, Ky., March 20, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Joel Salgado) Left Complex, Kuwait, March 12, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Gene Palka) Left Soldiers from B Company, 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, clear a room at the Military Operations in Urban Terrain Site, N.Y. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jennifer Bunn) Right Lt. Gen. Joseph Anderson, XVIII Airborne Corps commanding general, watches as Soldiers of the XVIII Airborne Corps complete a 4-mile run at Fort Bragg, N.C., March 26, 2015. This was Lt. Gen. Airborne Corps commander. (U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. Charles Crail) Above Command Sgt. Maj. Harold E. Dunn IV (center), 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives (CBRNE) Command, mentors students attending the inaugural CBRNE Leaders Course at Gunpowder Range, Md., March 26, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Walter T. Ham IV)