For Immediate Release
Press Contact: Robert Edson
Arlington, VA – Rich Vanderlinden and his team of security experts within ANSER’s Mission Assurance group recently provided enterprise wide strategic communication support for the Department of the Army’s Antiterrorism Awareness Month. This August will mark the third annual installment of the Army’s month long antiterrorism awareness campaign with the purpose of instilling heightened awareness and vigilance across the entire Army community. This year’s theme focuses on, “Antiterrorism Principles – Assess, Detect, Warn, Defend and Recover” – as well as leveraging existing command information programs to educate through training and community outreach events, and on the dangers associated with terrorist threats.
Since 2008, ANSER has supported the Army’s antiterrorism communication efforts through: coordination of executive level communications; development of strategic external communication plans; assembly of marketing products such as posters and flyers; and production of content for video and radio broadcast including the development of an award winning public service announcement in support of iWATCH Army. “We’re incredibly proud to support the Army’s broader antiterrorism efforts through strategic communications. Further, we believe our efforts have produced tangible benefits that protect the force and saves lives,” said ANSER operating unit Senior Vice President Thomas Benjamin.
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