Maj. Jose Collado asks a question at ARMY NORTH's recent SHARP training at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston.
Credit Staff Sgt. Corey Baltos, Army North PAO)
Maj. Gen. Perry Wiggins address SHARP training June 26.
Credit Staff Sgt. Corey Baltos, Army North PAO
Addison Elliot, sexual assault response coordinator for the 470th Military Intelligence Brigade and sexual assault prevention and response trainer at Fort Sam Houston, discusses the different types of sexual harassment.
Credit Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Dehart, Army North PAO
Sgt. 1st Class Carla Pittman, who works in the logistics section for Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, U.S. Army North (Fifth Army), listens to a question from a fellow Army North Soldier.
Military orders from top brass in Washington D.C. are being carried out for sexual harassment and assault training at Joint Base San Antonio.
Local military officials say the Army’s Sexual Harassment and Assault Response Program (SHARP) was ordered by General Ray Odiernio, chief of staff of the U.S. Army, around the time the Senate Armed Services Committee held their heated, marathon hearing on sexual assault in June.
More than 600 Fort Sam Houston personnel, both military and civilian, turned out for the SHARP training. Other branches conducted their own programs.
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