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Army Releases Mobile Reporting Application; Bryan Eisenhardt Comments

mobile appThe U.S. Army Europe counterintelligence division has rolled out a new mobile application developed to help service members, civilians and contractors in Europe report incidents to authorities.

“[The] iReport application is available for free download and we encourage everyone to download it for the Apple Store, Google Play or Microsoft Store,” Bryan Eisenhardt, a U.S. Army Europe counterintelligence coordinator, said in a report published Dec. 22.

“It is an application that we want everyone to have on their smartphone so they can quickly and easily report suspicious behavior.”

Users could use the app to report suspicious activities by unknown persons, disregard of security practices and potential supporters of terror groups to Army counterintelligence personnel.

The app can also be used to inform local law enforcers about potential threats.

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