U.S. Army Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP)
  U.S. Army Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP).  
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US Army Counterintelligence on JBSA-Fort Sam Houston offers Threat Awareness
and Reporting Program (TARP) training (IAW ARs 350-1 and 381-12) at central
locations on JBSA-Fort Sam Houston the first Wednesday of every month. 
The briefing is in the Blesse Auditorium at the Army Medical
Department Center & School on the first floor of building 2841 at 10:00.

This is mandatory annual training for all U.S. Army active duty and civilian
personnel, and should be tracked at the unit level.  We are unable to verify
training as we do not maintain sign-in rosters, so we encourage units to
designate one attendee to track their unit personnel and verify attendance.

For additional information, please contact the US Army Counterintelligence
office on JBSA-Fort Sam Houston at 210-295-7749.




  If you have information that may be of interest to U.S. Army Counterintelligence, please click on the iSalute image below to submit an iSALUTE Suspicious Activity Report. 

TARP Briefs
JBSA-Fort Sam Houston
First Wednesday of every month.
Blesse Auditorium, 10:00 a.m. on the following dates:

04 Jan 17

01 Feb 17

01 Mar 17

05 Apr 17

03 May 17

07 Jun 17

05 Jul 17

02 Aug 17

06 Sep 17

04 Oct 17

01 Nov 17

06 Dec 17



US Army Counterintelligence South Texas
4270 Gorgas Circle, Bldg. 1070
JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234 

Office: 210-295-7749

After Hours: 210-336-0324