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Army Programs

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» Army Programs Study Guide
 

» AR 621-5
ARMY CONTINUING EDUCATION SYSTEM

» AR 930-5
AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS SERVICE PROGRAM AND ARMY UTILIZATION

» AR 930-4
ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF

» AR 608-47
ARMY FAMILY ACTION PLAN (ACAP) PROGRAM

» AR 608-1
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER

» Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) FAQ for Transitioners
This page contains Frequently Asked Questions which attempt to answer typical transitioner questions and addresses many of the concerns associated with leaving the Service

» Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) FAQ for Army Leaders
This Frequently Asked Questions page addresses many of the issues that concern commanders and other leaders

» About Army Continuing Education
ACES programs and services help to improve the combat readiness of America's Army by expanding soldier skills, knowledge, and aptitudes to produce confident, competent leaders.

» About Army Community Service (ACS)
Your ACS equips people with the skills and education they need to face the challenges of military life today and tomorrow. Think of ACS when deploying or relocating, needing information and referrals, needing financial assistance, employment services, or for crisis and family assistance.

» About Army Red Cross
Red Cross provides access to financial assistance through the military aid societies, counseling, information and referral, and veteran's assistance, The Red Cross messages when there is a family emergency.

» About Army Substance Abuse Program
The ASAP goal is to strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of Army personnel and enhance the combat readiness of soldiers. Details are in AR 600-85, Army Substance Abuse Program.

» About Better Opportunities For Single Soldiers
Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) is a program that helps commanders address the well-being and morale issues of the single and unaccompanied soldiers in their units.

» About Casualty Assistance Program
The casualty assistance program provides assistance to the primary next-of-kin (PNOK) of deceased soldiers and retirees.

» About Exceptional Family Member Program
The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a mandatory enrollment program for those family members who require special medical or educational services.

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