"Sex Signals" show for USAREUR communities postponed

By U.S. Army Europe Public Affairs
April 22, 2010

HEIDELBERG, Germany -- The Army’s "Sex Signals" show, originally scheduled to tour U.S. Army Europe communities in late April, has been postponed due to flight delays as a result of the volcanic ash concerns from the Iceland volcano.

USAREUR and tour officials are working to reschedule the program; new tour dates will be announced as soon as they are available.

The "Sex Signals" show, an interactive sexual assault prevention training program for Soldiers, civilian employees, and Family members 18 years and older, combines humor and audience participation to engage spectators in an honest discussion about the otherwise difficult and serious matter of sexual assault and sexual harassment.

About us: The U.S. Army in Europe, with NATO and other coalition partners from throughout its 51-country area of
responsibility, trains for, conducts, and supports contingency operations. Headquartered in Heidelberg, Germany,
USAREUR has forces throughout Germany as well as in Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, and Romania, and in Afghanistan and Iraq.