TAMC supports SHARP with proclamation

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments
Brig. Gen Dennis D. Doyle, commander, PRMC and TAMC, signs a proclamation, March 26,  recognizing April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, as  co-signer Command Sgt. Maj. Robert C. Luciano, senior enlisted adviser, PRMC and TAMC, waits to add his signature.

Brig. Gen Dennis D. Doyle, commander, PRMC and TAMC, signs a proclamation, March 26, recognizing April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, as co-signer Command Sgt. Maj. Robert C. Luciano, senior enlisted adviser, PRMC and TAMC, waits to add his signature.

Story and photo by Ana Allen
Pacific Regional Medical Command

HONOLULU — April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and leaders from Pacific Regional Medical Command (PRMC) and Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC) signed a proclamation, March 26, to recognize it.

The Army’s 2014 theme is “Speak Up!”

The theme, in conjunction with the Army’s “I. A.M. Strong” campaign, challenges service members to speak up and not be a passive bystander.

The proclamation letter reads, “We have a responsibility to create a culture where bystanders intervene, offenders are held accountable, and survivors are provided with the highest quality of care as they are treated with dignity and respect. We have a personal and moral obligation to stand up and speak up against sexual assault, regardless of the time, place or situation.”

The PRMC and TAMC command team, Brig. Gen Dennis D. Doyle, commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. Robert C. Luciano, senior enlisted leader, signed the document.

PRMC/TAMC staffers were asked to re- examine what can be done as individuals and as a team to eliminate the enemy within the ranks.

“We encourage all Soldiers, family members and civilians to join together, participate in the events planned by our SHARP team and pledge to end sexual assault. Speak up,” proclaimed Doyle and Luciano.

SAAM Signed Proclamation

 

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