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3rd Infantry Division EO Program Manager
3rd Infantry Division EO Senior Advisor
MSG Dennis C. Henning
3rd Infantry Division and DIVARTY EO Advisor
SFC Cody Belcher
1st Armored Brigade Combat Team EO Advisor
SFC Carlos Perez
Office: (912) 767-6832
3rd Combat Aviation Brigade EO Advisor
SFC Jame Alvarado
3rd Infantry Division and Tenant Unit EO Advisor
2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team EO Advisor
3rd Sustainment Brigade EO Advisor
SFC Steven Banks
188th Infantry Brigade Brigade EO Advisor
SFC Bonnie Clark
75th Ranger Regiment EO Advisor
SFC Brett Turpin
160th SOAR EO Advisor
SFC Christina Fryer
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The office is located in the Marne Advocacy Resource Center, BLDG 620, 944 William H Wilson Ave, Fort Stewart, GA 31314
The Department of the Army Equal Opportunity (EO) program formulates, directs, and sustains a comprehensive effort to maximize human potential and to ensure fair treatment for all persons based solely on merit, fitness, and capability in support of readiness.
To provide EO for military personnel, and Family Members, both on and off post and within the limits of the laws of localities, states, and host nations. Create and sustain effective units by eliminating discriminatory behaviors or practices that undermine teamwork, mutual respect, loyalty, and shared sacrifice of the men and women of America Army. Additionally, in many circumstances, DA civilians may use the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) complaint system.
Army Regulations 600-20 Chapter 6 covers the Equal Opportunity Program in the Army.
The EO complaints processing system addresses complaints that allege unlawful discrimination or unfair treatment on the basis of race, color, sex (to include gender identity), national origin, religion, or sexual orientation.
Informal and Formal Complaint.
An informal complaint is any complaint that as Soldier, Family Member or DA Civilian does not wish to file in writing. Informal complaints may be resolved directly by the individual, with the help of another unit member, the commander or other person in the complainant’s chain of command.
A formal complaint is one that complaint files in writing and swears to the accuracy of the information. Formal complaints require specific actions, are subject to timelines, and require documentation of the actions taken.
DA Form 7279-R should be used file a formal complaint.
Soldiers has 60 calendar days from the date of the alleged incident in which to file a formal complaint. This time limit is established to set reasonable parameters for the inquiry or investigation and resolution of complaints, to include ensuring the availability of witnesses, accurate recollection of events, and timely remedial action. If a complaint is received after 60 calendar days, the commander may/may not conduct an investigation into the allegations or appoint an investigating officer.
The commander has 14 calendar days (or three weekend drill periods for Reserve Components) in which to conduct an investigation, either personally or through appointment of an investigating officer. If due, to extenuating circumstances, it becomes impossible to conduct a complete investigation within 14 calendar days allowed, the command may obtain an extension from the next higher commander for usually not more than 30 calendar days.
No, Soldiers (including DEP), cadets, and Family members (in accordance with DoDD 1350.2) may utilize the complaint processing system. Complaints from DA Civilians (to include those against Soldiers) alleging discrimination and/or harassment will be handled in accordance with the policies and procedures contained in AR 690 – 12 and AR 690 – 600, or as described in separate DoD and DA policy, or as provided for in any applicable collective bargaining agreement.
If you believe you have been discriminated against based on the five Protected Categories (race, color, sex (to include gender identity), national origin, religion, or sexual orientation) please contact your command level EOL or Brigade Equal Opportunity Advisor for further guidance.