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Antiterrorism Awareness Month
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In 2007, six men were arrested for their plot to infiltrate the installation and attack Soldiers at Fort Dix, N.J. Maj. Gen. David Quantock, provost marshal general of the Army, said because of the vigilance and awareness arising from the attacks Sept. 11, 2001, that plot was foiled. The Army's Anti-Terrorism Awareness Month begins Aug. 1, but Quantock said civilians and Soldiers must remain in a constant state of vigilance year-round.

The Army's Anti-Terrorism Awareness Month begins Aug. 1, but Quantock said civilians and Soldiers must remain in a constant state of vigilance year-round.