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NEWS | July 13, 2015

Zero tolerance with sexual violence in the US Army Reserve-PR

By Story by Maj. Carlos Cuebas 1st Mission Support Command

FORT BUCHANAN, Puerto Rico - Brig. Gen. Jose R. Burgos, 1st Mission Support Command, U.S. Army Reserve-Puerto Rico commanding general, continued commemorating the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Month with a Clothesline T-shirt proclamation, April 15, at the command headquarters.

As part of this creative way of raising awareness, Burgos and other staff members signed specific messages of sexual violence prevention in a T-shirt.

“With these signatures we demonstrate our resolute commitment with the prevention of sexual harassment and assault in our command. I hope the messages we are writing on this shirt will somehow help eradicate this cancer from our formations,” said Burgos who is also the senior U.S. Army officer in the Caribbean.