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iWATCH Army -- "See Something, Say Something"

What is the iWATCH Program


The Department of the Army’s Office of the Provost Marshal General, in conjunction with the Deputy Chief of Staff G-3/5/7, approved a new Army anti-terrorism awareness program. The purpose of the program is to focus and encourage Army-wide community awareness and out-reach efforts to address important topics related to protecting our communities from terrorist acts.

The program includes materials and resources focused specifically on “Family Awareness.” Products to support family awareness include posters and pocket cards depicting indicators of potential terrorist activity as well as information on how to report suspicious activity.

Program materials available include informational papers for use by family readiness groups and military family members to reinforce personal safety, security, and prevention of terrorist acts.

Training and education resources include briefings on individual awareness, as well as videos and public service announcements highlighting antiterrorism awareness and security.

Information and products to assist the local installations and units to conduct Family Awareness out-reach is available on this page and to unit AT Officers on Army Knowledge Online.

Insider Threats in the Workplace Resources

The below products are related to Workplace Violence/High Risk Behavior, Insider Threat, and AT in Contracting. Please review as they may be appropriate for use in your AT Awareness Program.


**For individuals with access to Army Knowledge Online (AKO), there may be additional products available on the OPMG Army AT Enterprise Portal (ATEP) on AKO ( Recommend you go to ATEP on AKO and review the available tools/products and identify which may be appropriate for use in your AT Awareness Program.

2014 Antiterrorism Awareness Message

August marks the Army's fifth annual observance of Antiterrorism Awareness Month. Please use the link below to access the Antiterrorism Awareness Message signed by the Sergeant Major of the Army, the United States Army Chief of Staff, and the Secretary of the Army.

2014: The Importance of Antiterrorism Awareness

Learn More about Anti-terrorism and the iWatch Program. Major General David E. Quantock, CID Commanding General speaks out about this program and the importance of Antiterrorism Awareness.


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Cyber Security Awareness Month

Cyber Security and OPSECTerrorists select targets that offer the most opportunity for success. Information passed unknowingly by military personnel, and increasingly via cyberspace, is being used by terrorists in their planning efforts. OPSEC denies terrorists information about potential targets and reduces the availability of this information.

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month - so become diligent! Review the documents below to learn how to protect Operational Information and Learn about Phishing and what to do should you become a victim.


Cyber Awareness Resources


Cyber Security
Protecting Operational Information

Open Brochure

Open Poster


Cyber Security
Phising Information

Open Brochure

Open Poster

iWATCH - It really works!

iWATCH Good News Story --

Proof that each of us can help. Remember: See Something, Say Something!

iWatch News Clip
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iWatch News Clip - Closed Captioned
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Army Antiterrorism Videos

The Sergeant Major of the Army has released three Public Service Announcements (PSAs) regarding the Army Antiterrorism Campaign. Please feel free to download any of these and utilize in your own campaign efforts.

Army AT SMA PSA - Short Version
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Army AT SMA PSA - Medium Version
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Army AT SMA PSA - Long Version
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iWATCH Posters

Anti-Terrorism is a major concern for our world. As part of the Army-wide community awareness and out-reach efforts, many posters have been created to help units, individuals, and community's to launch their own awareness campaign.

Review the posters below and determine which ones you want to download to kick off your own iWATCH Program.

Base Poster


Community Poster


School Poster


Commissary Poster-Female

Commissary Poster-Male

"Remember This"


"Picture This"


"Report Suspicious Activity"

"Watch This Standalone"


"Victory Over Terrorism"


"Build This"


"Look at This"


"Travel Awareness"

"Never Forget the 9/11 Attacks"

"Your Actions Can Save Lives"

Individual Antiterrorism Protective Measures
  • Individual Protective Measures GTA Card:

    Downloadable template to reproduce Protective Measures GTA Cards for individuals.

    Click Here to Download the GTA Card
  • Individual Awareness Tips:

    Paper providing individual awareness tips and personal protection measures to help protect Soldiers, DA civilians, and their family members from potential terrorist acts.

    Click Here to open Awareness Tips


AT Awareness Level 1 Online Training

Antiterrorism Level 1 Training is available on line for CAC enabled users. The Level 1 Training application can be reached via the following site:

Users will need to search and enroll in Course #JS-US007-14 to receive the training.

If you do not have a CAC and would like to see the training please review the below document. It provides screen shots of the training available. Please Note - We can not provide a certificate with this overview.

We do not create terrorism by fighting the terrorists. We invite terrorism by ignoring them.

- President George W. Bush

Fun and Downloadable Activities

Coloring Book Activity


Word Search Activity

Helpful Resources

CJCS Guide 5260

Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff - "A Self-Help Guide to Antiterrorism

Checklist for Planning AT Awareness Month

Thorough Checklist of items to consider when planning an Anti-terrorism Awareness Month.

Anti-Terrorism Awareness Survey

Template for creating a Terrorism Awareness Survey.

Information Papers

Provide key information and additional resources to Parents, FRGs, and Teens to help protect themselves from potential terrorist acts.

Step by Step Guide to Creating Your Own iWATCH Webpage

Interested in setting up your own iWATCH Webpage, this document will walk you through each step.

Publicizing Anti-Terrorism Awareness

Want to get the word out on Anti-terrorism awareness? View these helpful tips.

Anti-Terrorism Proclamation (Sample)

Template for creating your own Proclamation statement.