1. Most incidents of sexual harassment are punishable under the UCMJ:
Provoking speeches and gestures
Violation of a Lawful General Regulation
Violation of Lawful Order
2. Normally sexual harassment can be stopped without the use of judicial punishment.
Informal counseling statements
Formal counseling statements
Relief from the supervisory position
Annotation on the Efficiency Reports
Bar to reenlistments
Commanders and supervisors must continue their efforts in integrating women into the force.
With regard to eliminating improper sexual treatment, officers and NCO's have two clear
responsibilities. The first is to assure a command climate which conveys to each soldier that the Army
leadership will not tolerate improper sexual treatment. The second responsibility is to investigate and
promptly resolve all allegations of improper sexual treatment. Allegations of sexual harassment must be
treated at all levels of command with the seriousness they deserve.