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August is Antiterrorism Awareness Month




June 26, 2015
Source: www.army.mil

When it comes to the safety and security of people on Fort Rucker, law enforcement can only do so much, so one program encourages people to keep a watchful eye for suspicious activity.

Let's remain Vigilant!

Learn More about Anti-terrorism and the iWatch Program. Major General David E. Quantock, CID Commanding General speaks out about this program, Anti-Terrorism awareness, and remaining vigilant.


Anti-Terrorism

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For the Kids!

Kids of all ages will enjoy solving this word search puzzle and coloring in these activities designed specifically in honor of the Army's iWATCH program. You kids will have a great time while learning about safety!

 

Coloring Activity Word Search Puzzle
Word Search Puzzle

 



August is Antiterrorism Awareness Month across the Army.

Every August, the Army promotes its antiterrorism awareness program, iWATCH.

iWATCH is designed to encourage Soldiers, Family members and civilians throughout the community to become be familiar with and report suspicious activity or behavior to Military Police or local law enforcement.

See something. Say something.  Visit the iWATCH Army -- "See Something, Say Something" page for more information and videos.



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.

Individual Protective Measures GTA Card

Downloadable template to reproduce Protective Measures GTA Cards for individuals.

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.

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.