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WORKING AROUND THE MILITARY  By Margaret C. Harrell

Successful recruiting and retention of the active duty force relies in large part on the extent to which service members and their spouses experience both job satisfaction and contentment with life in ...Read more >

234 Pages
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MANAGING THE ASPIRATIONS OF WIVES OF DEFENCE PERSONNEL*  

Unlike other Government or private services, the welfare of the families of the subordinates is also command function in the defence services. The head of any unit or sub unit is directly responsible for the well being of the families whether they are living in the station or away from the individual. The need for looking after the family is directly related to the morale of the soldier. A soldier who knows that his family is well looked after, even in his absence or long after he is gone, will ...Read more >

180 Pages
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FAMILY READINESS GROUP INFORMATION  

This scenario occurs at every echelon from battalion to corps, and the impact of the decision is deep. Choosing the right rear detachment commander (RDC) will have a lasting effect on the lives of the Soldiers in the unit and their ...Read more >

77 Pages
1.66 MB
FAMILY READINESS GROUP HANDBOOK  

You are the senior company commander in your battalion, readying your unit for combat. The phone rings and it is your battalion commander, who says, I need to talk to you in my office. This office call appears like many others as you make your way to the battalion headquarters. As you enter the commanders office, he tells you to have a seat and he pulls up a chair across from you. There is no easy way to tell you, but Ive decided you are my rear detachment commander…This scenario occurs at ...Read more >

77 Pages
2.32 MB
FAMILY HANDBOOK FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS RESOURCES AND DEALING WITH THE CIVILIAN NEWS MEDIA  

We know at a time like this, the last thing on your mind is the news media or public affairs. But with the recent terrorist attacks against our country, were finding that our lives will never quite be the same again. The challenges our soldiers face will be very complex. Army families must remain steadfast and be prepared for the long haul, continuing to support their loved ones in uniform.In todays media-intensive environment, one way to provide support is for everyone to understand the ...Read more >

9 Pages
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RED PHASE BLUE PHASE WHICH PHASE NEXT  

As you probably realized from the title of this book, it is a resource for the IET (Initial Entry Training) Battalion Commanders spouse representative. An opportunity to serve in a training battalion is a great experience. For us, standing at graduation and hearing hundreds of civilians become soldiers is very heartwarming and humbling. All the great soldiers of our Army started out somewhere in a basic course. The nine weeks of basic training for the new soldiers is a time of great ...Read more >

56 Pages
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THE SPOUSES GUIDE TO BSB AND GARRISON COMMANDS  

This manual is by no means everything you need to know, but we hope it contains some good information and some helpful suggestions. We have tried to include general information we learned from experience and wish we had known when we had started, without duplicating more technical information available from other sources. In many areas, we have made suggestions of materials that you might gather for yourself, because they will be unique to your installation. We have also included some of our ...Read more >

57 Pages
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BATTALION COMMANDERS SPOUSES  

We think it is important that the commander’s spouses take an active role. You need to decide for yourself what your role will be and what you want to accomplish. We felt that choosing not to accept the role would have left a void in the unit. We received many rewards for our efforts. Among them were growing and developing as individuals and we certainly gained insight into our own strengths and weaknesses! We also found that by our examples and leadership, other military spouses learned to ...Read more >

123 Pages
1.13 MB
THE FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP (FSG) LEADERS HANDBOOK  

The handbook contains the most up-to-date information we could find in nearly 20 years of research conducted by the U. S. Army Research Institute (ARI) and the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) on family support during deployments. It incorporates the latest materials available from the U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center (USACFSC), the Army War College (AWC), the U. S. Army Europe (USAREUR) and installations with frequently deploying units within the U.S. Army Forces ...Read more >

74 Pages
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PUBLIC AFFAIRS RESOURCES AND DEALING WITH THE CIVILIAN NEWS MEDIA  

We know at a time like this, the last thing on your mind is the news media or public affairs. But with the recent terrorist attacks against our country, we are finding that our lives will never quite be the same again. The challenges our soldiers face will be very ...Read more >

9 Pages
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FAMILY READINESS GROUP LEADER COMMAND INFORMATION POCKET GUIDE  

As you know, our counry warfighters have been called to war in a long term international compaign to eradicate terrorist networks around the world and the regimes that support them. The terrorists are a draconian threat to the democratic principles and way of life not only of our country but also of other freedom loving world citizens. ...Read more >

26 Pages
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YOU CAN DO IT  

Leveraging the Internet and Social Media for Your Job ...Read more >

40 Pages
3.57 MB
SPOUSE HANDBOOK  

The purpose of this handbook is to provide you with some basic knowledge about your soldier's new responsibilities as an NCO and to hopefully answer questions you may have concerning your role as a spouse in your soldier's new position.As an NCO your soldier is taking on the responsibility to take care of the lives of other soldiers besides his/her own. Your soldier will be required to assist the other soldiers in his/her charge to assure they are properly trained and cared for both physically ...Read more >

23 Pages
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THE LEADERS LINK  

This book has been painstakingly put together by people who have been there.They did it because they care very much about families, units, communities, the Army-people. Call it love, call it caring, call it concern. Whatever the label, it is a collective expression of feeling about you and about all the soldiers and their families who will look to you to you for leadership. That feeling and those people are our most precious commodities. Use what you will of this, but above all remember to be ...Read more >

59 Pages
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MILITARY FAMILY BATTLE BOOK  

This booklet is a collection of all the helps we have collected over the years.While it is meant to be used in conjunction with Choices and Challenges, It Takes A Team and or any one of a million different How To books you have in your possession, it may also stand on its own as an organizing tool and a resource guide for many of the experiences you will have as a military spouse.This book is in loose-leaf form in order to make it as user-friendly as possible. It is not complete; indeed, it ...Read more >

254 Pages
3.17 MB
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