Maj. Ran Du, Public Health Command-Pacific's sexual assault response coordinator, was recognized as the 2020 Medical Command Exceptional SARC on May 7, 2020. For two years Du has worked as the PHC-P SARC. During that time, Du created an integrated and robust Sexual Harassment Assault Response and Prevention program across a geographically dispersed brigade. The SHARP program provided support to more than 500 personnel assigned to more than 50 installations spanning five different countries and five U.S. states and territories within the Indo-Pacific. (U.S. Army photo by Amber Kurka)
200512-A-DA409-0001.JPG Photo By: Amber Kurka

HONOLULU, Hawaii - Maj. Ran Du, Public Health Command-Pacific's sexual assault response coordinator, was recognized as the 2020 Medical Command Exceptional SARC on May 7, 2020. For two years Du has worked as the PHC-P SARC. During that time, Du created an integrated and robust Sexual Harassment Assault Response and Prevention program across a geographically dispersed brigade. The SHARP program provided support to more than 500 personnel assigned to more than 50 installations spanning five different countries and five U.S. states and territories within the Indo-Pacific. (U.S. Army photo by Amber Kurka)


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