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Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month

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Seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness. The Army encourages all those struggling to reach out to their command team, leaders, teammates and family members.

The National Suicide & Crisis Hotline is open 24/7. Simply dial 988 and press 1, or visit 988lifeline.org.

DoD Safe Helpline

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Safe Helpline is the Department of Defense's sole hotline for members of the DOD community affected by sexual assault. Safe Helpline is a completely anonymous, confidential, 24/7, specialized service—providing help and information anytime, anywhere.

A Safe Helpline user can access one-on-one support, peer-to-peer support, information, resources and self-care exercises 24/7 to aid in their recovery. To learn more, visit https://www.safehelpline.org.

Sustainment News

A U.S. Army Soldier assigned to 225th Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division conducts a patrol during an exercise held during Joint Pacific Multinational Readiness Center rotation 23-01 at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, Nov. 3, 2022. (Photo Credit: Spc. Jeffrey Garland)

The Army's small unit tactical sustainers are ill-prepared to conduct required forward supply operations and survive in high-intensity, fast-paced, long-distance large-scale combat operations (LSCO) that could typify future great power conflict. Arguably, the last actual wartime experience in which U.S. military sustainers had

to plan and support LSCO was the initial invasion of Iraq in 2003, the last time the U.S. maneuvered multiple division-sized elements as fighting forces. Continue article

William Wall, shop supervisor at the Army Medical Materiel Agency�s Medical Maintenance Operations Division at Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, assists in providing tele-maintenance support to members of the 51st Medical Logistics Company on July 14, 2021. Also pictured are biomedical equipment technicians Frank Cali and Vito Rizzo. (Photo Credit: Rachel Mummau)

A Russian barrage of long-range missile strikes beginning in February 2022 wreaked immediate havoc on Ukrainian military assets and civilian infrastructure. Quickly repairing damage to the sovereign nation's weapons systems became paramount to Ukraine's ability to stave off further invasion deeper into 2022. Continue article

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91B Wheeled Vehicle Repairer students learn how to perform hydraulic troubleshooting on the M977A4 Truck Cargo.

91B Wheeled Vehicle Repairer students learn how to perform hydraulic troubleshooting on the M977A4 Truck Cargo. Students are required to determine the fault, isolate the cause of the issue, and perform corrective measures to adjust the hydraulic pressure and return the vehicle to fully mission capable status.
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94M Radar Repairer conducts visual inspection of RADAR Interface Protective Panels.

CPL Deuchars from 5-5 Air Defense Artillery Battalion, 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade conducts visual inspection of RADAR Interface Protective Panels at the 94M Radar Repairer Course at Ordnance Training Detachment - Sill.

These panels protect and give access to the DC Tiles, which are used for identifying, tracking, and detecting aircraft, mortars, and rockets. The TPQ-53 is the newest

RADAR in the 94M course and is essential for air defense mission success.
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