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Join Date: Feb 2009
Army Family Action Plan (AFAP)
AFAP is an Army-wide program to improve Army quality of life. Through AFAP, all members of the Army, including Active, Reserve, and National Guard Soldiers, family members, retirees, surviving spouses, DA Civilians, and military technicians have a forum to voice concerns to Army leadership and make recommendations for change.
The Process: You may submit issues through your Command’sC) AFAP Program Manager (PM) at any time. The PM will provide assistance with writing the issues to ensure they meet DA AFAP guidelines. PM’s will research the issue to determine if a similar one is already in the AFAP process or previously deemed unattainable, and if so, submitter will be informed. If issues impact only the local community, they are resolved locally. If they have a broader scope, they are sent forward and evaluated for submission into the Army Reserve (AR) AFAP. About 95% of AFAP issues are retained and worked at the local level and result in ongoing community improvements. Your Program Manager can assist, train or brief the program to local commanders, family members, and Soldiers at Family Readiness Group (FRG) meetings, Family Day, or upon request.
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