THE ARMYS EO POLICY The US Army will

THE ARMYS EO POLICY The US Army will

THE ARMYS EO POLICY The US Army will provide equal opportunity and fair treatment for military personnel, family members, and DA civilians without regard to race, color, religion, gender, or National origin, and provide an environment free from sexual harassment. Applies to: On and off post During duty and non-duty hours Working, living, and recreational environments

Viewgraph #3-1 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM CONCEPT Formulates, directs, and sustains Strive to ensure fair treatment of all soldiers Responsibility of leadership Function of command Viewgraph #3-2

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PRINCIPLES Commanders and leaders are responsible for unit EO Promote harmony, do not merely avoid disorder Support individual and cultural diversity Discipline will not be compromised Fair and equal treatment for all soldiers and civilian employees is emphasized Viewgraph # 3-3

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM COMPONENTS Leader commitment Sequential and progressive training Effective and responsive complaint system Affirmative actions plans Feedback mechanisms Equal opportunity advisors (EOA) Viewgraph #3-4

RELATED EO PROGRAM ELEMENTS Military discipline and conduct Appropriate behavior Extremist groups Army language policy Accommodating religious practices Viewgraph #3-5

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