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Sustaining drumbeat of 'Ready and Resilient' force through awareness, action

The Performance Triad is Army Medicine's operational approach to improve soldier and family health and stamina focusing on activity, nutrition and sleep management. Visit the Performance Triad Web page at: armymedicine.army.mil/performancetriad/index.cfm



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This work, Sustaining drumbeat of 'Ready and Resilient' force through awareness, action, by Valecia Dunbar, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.03.2013

Date Posted:09.12.2013 16:19

Photo ID:1016641

VIRIN:120913-A-DU123-002

Resolution:1275x1650

Size:1.05 MB

Location:US

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  • In March 2009, the vice chief of staff of the Army released the Army Campaign Plan for Health Promotion, Risk Reduction and Suicide Prevention, and chartered the Army Suicide Prevention Task Force and the Army Suicide Prevention Council. Since that time, the Army has invested tremendous effort in investigating the causes of suicide within its ranks and in implementing policies and programs whose sole purpose is to promote resilience, prevent suicides, and enhance the readiness of the Force. One such program is the Performance Triad which focuses on monitoring one's Activity, Nutrition and Sleep as a means of fortifying Soldiers' readiness and resilience.

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