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» 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.
» AR 930-4
ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF
» About Family Readiness Groups
The Family Readiness Groups (FRGs) purpose is to encourage selfreliance among members by providing information, referral assistance, and mutual support.
» About Total Army Sponsorship Program
The Total Army Sponsorship Program provides the structure and foundation for units to welcome and help prepare soldiers, civilian employees, and family members for their new duty station in advance of their actual arrival.
» About Green To Gold Program
The Green to Gold Program seeks talented young enlisted soldiers who want to earn a commission as an Army officer. Quality enlisted soldiers with leadership potential, who have served at least two years on active duty, are allowed to voluntary request discharge from active duty to enroll in the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC).
» AR 930-5
AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS SERVICE PROGRAM AND ARMY UTILIZATION
» About Army Career And Alumni Program (ACAP)
The Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) assists military personnel, Department of Defense (DOD) civilians affected by reduction in force (RIF), and their family members with the employment search process by providing the highest quality guidance, training, resources, and support during their career transition from federal service.
» About United States Military Academy Preparatory School
Soldiers who meet the basic eligibility requirements, have achieved SAT scores greater than 1000 or ACT composite score of 20 or higher and achieved average grades or better in their high school curriculum are especially encouraged to apply.
» About Army Family Action Plan
» About Morale, Welfare, Recreation (MWR) and Family Programs
» AR 608-1
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER
» 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 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 Emergency Relief
» About Family Advocacy Program
The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) uses a coordinated community approach to support soldiers and families in an attempt to prevent family violence.