The Army campaign section recognizes a particular campaign that goes beyond alcohol or other drug abuse problems. These campaigns support a broad range of interventions impacting larger populations and concerns within the Army.
The Army's Warrior Pride Campaign is a substance abuse marketing and education campaign. The purpose of the Warrior Pride campaign is to reduce substance abuse by educating and reminding Soldiers that substance abuse is incompatible with Army Values and the Warrior Ethos.
Fort Riley's Suicide Awareness Demo
Throughout the month of September, National Suicide Prevention Month, a "ghostly formation" booth set up at various locations across post displays white boots representing the lives lost at Fort Riley in 2009 due to suicide.
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