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    Brigade launches sexual assault app

    The 23rd Quartermaster Brigade has turned to digital technology in its fight against sexual assault, sexual harassment and suicide. After learning it would cost $12,000 a year for printed materials, the brigade team decided to pursue other methods to provide information to troops.

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    PMO discusses traffic trends for 2015

    The top three traffic violations on post in 2015 were speeding, distracted driving – particularly talking or texting on cellphones – and driving under the influence, according to the Provost Marshal Office. On a positive note, DUI offenses dropped to 11 from 21 the previous year.

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    Veteran receives belated Bronze Star

    In early January, postal worker Dennis Spagnoulo – a retired Army sergeant first class – received his own “special delivery” at his Prince George County home. Opening the package, he unveiled a Bronze Star with valor for “extraordinary combat operations in Vietnam” in the early ‘70s.

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    VSU cadets gain insights from Army

    More than 30 future Army officers attended a first-time Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program brief at Virginia State University Jan 28. Presenters included the CASCOM chief of staff who opened the session with a leadership perspective on the issues.

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    Tales of a Buffalo Soldier

    John Nichols is a 90-year-old former mounted horseman who wore the patch of the first Buffalo Soldier unit – the 10th Cavalry Regiment – during World War II. He is well-versed on the lives of black fighting men during the era, which he described as subservient and often degrading.

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Holiday Safety

Winter is not over! This season has brought snow, ice and slippery conditions. Serious injuries can result from slips, trips, and falls - they are among the most common causes of pedestrian accidents during this time of the year. I ask for everyone’s help and support in emphasizing the importance of protecting ourselves, family members and battle buddies during treacherous conditions. Involved leadership makes a difference. Don’t drink and drive or travel on public transportation under the influence of alcohol. Respect yourself, the organization you represent and others around you. We need the entire CASCOM Team - Soldiers, family members, civilians and contractors - to return safe and rested.

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