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Family Programs Update
AUSA
LTG Mike Ferriter
Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management
CG, Installation Management Command
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Senior Leader Priorities
SecArmy Priorities
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Prevent Sexual Assault
Balance and Transition the Army
Champion Soldiers, Civilians and Families
Bolster Army activities in the Asia-Pacific region
Ensure personal accountability on and off the
battlefield
6. Tell the Army Story
7. Implement Army Total Force policy
8. Prudently manage reset, modernization, research
and development
9. Strengthen information assurance and cyber
security
10. Develop effective energy solutions
SMA Focus Areas
CSA Strategic Priorities
1.
1. Adaptive Army Leaders for a Complex World
2. A Globally Responsive and Regionally Engaged Army
2.
3.
3. A Ready and Modern Army
4.
4. Soldiers Committed to Our Army Profession
5. The Premier All Volunteer Army
5.
6.
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Army Profession – Focused on Army Values, 1%
serving the Nation, each of us represents Army
Drawdown – Success due to leaders enforcing
standards, ACAP for those separating
Budget Concerns – Deployment focused support,
good stewards of resources, effective/efficient
focus
Back to the Basics – Common Soldier Skills, MOS
Proficiency, engaged leadership tasks, fitness and
appearance
Ready and Resilient Force – Integrates and
coordinates Army support and services
Women in the Army – Opportunities for all based on
gender-neutral standards
Army Family Covenant
Who We Serve
Soldiers
& their
Families
Army Family Covenant is
about People –
Supporting the All
Volunteer Force
Children &
Adolescents
Wounded
Warriors &
their Families
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Survivors of
Fallen
Warriors
Geographically
Dispersed
Single Soldiers
Deployed
Soldiers &
their Families
Army Family Covenant
•Family Programs
ARMY FAMILY COVENANT:
is a commitment that provides
confidence in order to sustain the
Army's promise and vision.
Sustain the Army Culture of taking
care of Soldiers and Families
•Access to Healthcare
•Housing
•Child & Youth Services
•Employment & Education
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Ready & Resilient
v9 as of 03 OCT 13
Sponsorship
First Sergeant’s
Barracks
Program
Transition
Soldier for
Life
SHARP
ASAP/Suicide
Prevention
Army Continuing
Education System
Embedded
Behavioral Health
SFAC;
IDES
Comprehensive
Soldier & Family
Fitness;
Master Fitness
EFMP
CYSS/CDC
Survivor Outreach
Services
Community Health
Promotions Council
Performance
Triad: Sleep,
Activity, Nutrition
Strong Bonds;
BOSS; Warrior
Adventure
Quest
Master
Resiliency
Training
Training (Big 4) :
PT, Combatives,
Foot Marches;
Marksmanship; 1st
Aid; Battle Drills
Intramurals;
Army Sports
Program
A Ready and Resilient Force is the Key to keeping the Army Strong!
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Sponsorship
Purpose:
Provide trained and available sponsors,
equipped with information and referral
resources needed during times of transition
to mitigate stress, enhance unit cohesion,
and build resiliency for Soldiers and
Families.
Concept:
Commander’s Program
 Standardized sponsor training and
newcomer’s orientation
No PCS orders issued until sponsor is
identified.
Ensure sponsorship from receipt of orders
until full integration into unit and community
 Pilot sites in Europe, Korea, Hawaii, Ft.
Lee (AIT graduates inbound to 25th ID)
Key Tasks:
Ensure strong visible leader involvement
GC integrator of service for SC
Appoint a trained unit Sponsorship
Program Manager
Establish procedures to include checklist
completion - AR 600-8-8, Appendix B
Losing and gaining unit communicate, to
ensure warm hand-off
Integrate Soldier and Family into unit and
community
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Unblinking Eye – from assignment notification until
full integration into unit, Post, and Community
Transitioning Soldier Support
Purpose:
Assist Soldiers and Families in transitioning
from Military life to private sector/civilian
employment and into America's
communities.
Concept:
Garrison managed and executed
program
Leader involvement
Provide and market job fairs
Continue refinement of the VOW Act
 Leverage technology to provide
visibility and opportunities for Soldiers
and Families at desired geographical
locations
Key Tasks:
Introduce Transition Services at in
processing – Military Life Cycle learning
Leadership involvement
Partner with Department of Labor and
Department of Veterans Affairs
Service beyond expectations, focused on results - Jobs!
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SHARP
SHARP: Sexual Harassment/Assault Response
and Prevention
Purpose:
Eliminate sexual harassment and sexual assault by
creating a climate that respects the dignity of every
member of the Army Family.
Concept:
Commander‘s Program
Garrison Commander serves as SC Executive Agent
when designated
1 full-time SARC and 1 full-time VA per Brigade (or
like equivalent)
Provide responsive and integrated service and
support to victims
Key Tasks:
SC involvement
Hire, train, and certify 1 (full-time) SARC and 1 (fulltime) VA at all Brigade equivalent sized units including
Garrisons.
Army Community Service (ACS)/ Family Advocacy
Program: Separate Garrison SARC / VA establish
options for Family Members and victims who elect not
to use SHARP personnel at their unit.
Sexual Assault Review Board (SARB): Senior
Commander SARB and Garrison SARB feed into
Community Health Promotion Council
Zero Tolerance for Sexual Harassment/Sexual Assault
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First Sergeant’s Barracks Program
Purpose:
A sustainable enterprise approach,
resulting in improved quality of life for
Soldiers. First Sergeant’s Barracks
Program provides leadership within the
barracks.
Concept:
Garrison managed program
 Enterprise approach to barracks
(facility) management
 Maximum utilization and facility
sustainment through garrison/unit
partnership
Key Tasks:
Garrison Program (coordination and
training)
 Establish partnership with units
GC executor and integrator of service
for units
Enterprise Standards with Unit Level Leadership Ownership
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Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
Purpose:
To strengthen the overall fitness and
effectiveness of the Army’s workforce and
enhance combat readiness of Soldiers.
Concept:
Commander’s Program
Provide effective drug testing,
prevention education, employee
assistance program, risk reduction,
suicide prevention and counseling
services for commands at all levels
Comprehensive approach addressing
prevention, treatment and maintenance
Key Tasks:
Plan, prepare, execute, assess and
provide after action review utilizing
Public Health Model
Partner with key leaders and
stakeholders
 Reduce high risk behaviors through
synchronized community approach
Fit to Fight Soldiers - Army Strong!
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Unit Risk Inventory
The Risk Reduction Program uses
high-risk behavior incident data.
By statistically comparing the
rates of units to the RRP Army
rate the software identifies
at-risk units.
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Hunt for the Good Stuff
The Hunt for the Good Stuff (HGS)
Program uses positive behavior
patterns data. By statistically
comparing the rates of units to the
HGS Army rate, the software
identifies highly functioning units.
5 K Runs
Books Read
Ready &
Resilient
Factors
Time w/ Family
Foot Marches
5K Runs
Awards
Community
Events
Army
Carlisle
Fort
Barracks Benning
Fort
Fort Bliss Gordon
2.6
2.2
1.1
4.3
5.1
3.3
1.1
5.1
2.9
2.4
2.3
6.5
3
2.7
3.1
4.3
2.6
2.3
2.1
2.6
2.8
2.5
2.3
2.8
1.7
5.1
2.7
3.2
1.9
2.1
Master Resiliency
Foot Marches
Training
Dinner with Subordinates
Guest Speaker
at Community
Event
Organization Day
Hail & Farewells
Intramurals
Date Night
with Spouse
Awards Given
5 K Runs
Attend Community
Event
Combatives
Long Weekend w/ Family
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Promotions
Children’s events attended
PT Avg
Fort
Huachuca
Suicide Prevention
Purpose:
A healthy and ready Force of individuals
equipped with coping skills to achieve
positive outcomes when faced with personal
challenges.
Concept:
Commander’s Program
Key: Caring and engaged leader ship
involvement
Reduce stigma; value help seeking
behavior
Key Tasks:
 Train and leverage Ask, Care, Escort
(ACE) and Applied Suicide Intervention
Skills Training (ASIST) certified
personnel
 Highlight success stories in prevention
of suicides
Emphasize synchronized community
approach in reducing suicides
Everyone’s Responsibility
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Army Sports Program
Purpose:
Provide opportunities to participate in
sports and athletic activities, contributing to
resiliency, unit readiness, cohesion and
esprit de corps.
Concept:
Mission command directed/funded
Garrison supported and executed
Provides individual and team sport
opportunities, installation and region
tournament play and culminates in Army
championships
Key Tasks:
SC endorsement
Battalions provide teams for
competitions
Garrison/SC identify and provide
individual and team sports’ Schedule of
Events
Establishes partnership with units
Combatives; Cross Country; Soccer; Flag
Football; Basketball; Volleyball; Softball
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Health of Force: Readiness & Resiliency
• IMCOM sets the conditions for Sr Cdr’s Health of
Force programs
• Strong, confident, and resilient Soldiers.
• Pride in being a Soldier
• Positive approach to reducing high risk behavior
and suicide
• Tough, demanding training challenging Soldiers
mentally and physically
- Daily Physical Training
- Road Marches
- Combatives
- Marksmanship
- Demanding Training
- Intramural Sports
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Exceptional Family Member Program
Purpose:
Provide a comprehensive, coordinated,
multi-agency approach for community
support, housing, medical, educational
and personnel services to Families with
special needs.
Concept:
Centralized and coordinated services
for Family Members with special needs
(Provided by ACS EFMP)
Coordinated services for EFM
Families, consisting of systems
navigation support (connecting Families
to complex systems of care), EFMP
Respite Care services, and a Special
Needs Accommodation Process (explore
appropriate childcare options)
Provide Information and Referral as a
key component, support groups,
recreational and culture programs,
training and workshops
Key Tasks:
Identify EFM strengths and needs
Coordinate services for EFMs
Warm hand off between gaining and
losing installation
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ACES
Purpose:
Increase access to education (incorporating
technology) to enable the Army’s individual
readiness-life long learning.
Concept:
Commander’s Program – Better Soldiers, Better
Citizens
Core Services: Counseling, Basic Skills, Testing,
Vocation tech/Collegiate
Support Services: Tuition assistance, Go Army Ed
Portal, Army Learning Centers, Administration,
Customer Management Tool, Transcripts, Interest
inventories, GI Bill, Transition
Key Tasks:
Leader involvement
Partnership with ACAP
Higher Education Track (VOW Act):
Indentify educational goals
Interest Assessments
Education funding options
Apply for educational institutions
Apprenticeships (Ex: Veterans in Piping):
Designed for transitioning AD Soldiers
18 week full-time training program
Guaranteed job placement upon program
completion
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Supporting Soldiers… Yesterday and Today
Soldier For Life
Program Purpose:
• Soldier for Life enables Army, governmental, and community efforts to facilitate successful integration
of our Soldiers, Veterans, and their Families in order to keep them Army Strong and instill their values,
ethos, and leadership within communities.
• Serve as the CSA/SA "eyes and ears" on Soldier, Veteran and Family re-integration.
• Identify local economic and social challenges and facilitate solutions through regional/functional
specialists.
• Engage organizations and individuals to facilitate successful re-integration of Soldiers and their
Families.
• Link and integrate current Army Programs to enhance Soldier re-integration.
• Develop a national engagement and integration strategy that informs and influences action
Army
Government
Community
Information
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Education
IDES
Program Purpose: The DES is the Department of Defense
(DoD) management tool used to determine the disposition of
a Soldier who develops a medical condition that calls into
question his or her ability to continue to serve in the military.
• MDEP/Cost K$: $200M (FY2014-15)
• HQDA Proponent: G1
Since 2007, the DoD and the Department of
Veterans Affairs (VA) has worked within the limits
of current statutes to update and simplify the
disability determination and compensation system;
eliminate parallel activities; reduce inequities; and
provide a solid base for the return of injured
veterans to productive lives
• Garrison Program Owner: Senior Commander
• Garrison Program Executor: Senior Commander’s
appointee
• HQDA EXORD Y/N: HQDA EXORD 037-13
• IMCOM Order Y/N: N
Treatment
up to a
year
Clinician
identifies
condition that
may render
unfit for duty /
Refers into
DES
PEBLO
VA counsels
counsels
on benefits /
on the DES identifies
additional
conditions /
schedules
exams
• Single Comprehensive Medical Examination
• Single-Sourced Disability Rating
• Faster Disability Processing/No Benefit Gap
• Increased Transparency
• Enhanced Case Management
VA examines MEB
all
identifies all
conditions
conditions
that may
make unfit
for duty
PEB
identifies
conditions
make the
unfit
If unfit, VA
rates unfitting
as well as all
other Service
Connected
conditions
PEB uses VA
rating for
unfitting
conditions to
determine
Service
benefits
Receives
DoD and VA
benefits
shortly after
discharge
The purpose of the Disability Evaluation System is to maintain a fit and ready force.
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Embedded Behavioral Health
Program Purpose:
• The Behavioral Health Service Line provides a single
system to identify, prevent, treat and track behavioral health
issues affecting Soldiers and beneficiaries. This service line
will provide consistent and ready access to behavioral health
services across the wellness continuum and Composite Life
Cycle through a standard, centralized management
structure. The Behavioral Health Service Line implements
31 complementary behavioral health enterprise programs,
known as the Behavioral Health System of Care, in
supporting Soldiers and Families who experience multiple
deployments and other demands of military life.
• MDEP/Cost K$: DHP/FY13 ~ $685M
• HQDA Proponent: OTSG/MEDCOM
•Garrison Program Owner: MTF
• Garrison Program Executor: DPH (Implemented with
publication of BHSL SA Directive)
• HQDA EXORD Y/N: BHSL SA Directive (pending)
• IMCOM Order Y/N: N
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Strong Bonds
Purpose:
Chaplain-led program which assists
commanders in building individual resiliency
by strengthening the Army Family. The core
mission of the Strong Bonds program is to
increase individual Soldier and Family
member readiness through relationship
education and skills training.
Concept:
Chaplain-led program
Conducted on or off post to maximize
training in a fun, safe, and secure
environment (to address the impact of
relocations, deployments, and military
lifestyle stressors).
Key Tasks:
Seek training location
Provide opportunities
Market Strong Bonds Program
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Community Health Promotions Council
Chair- (Garrison Commander)
Community Resources
Leaders
JAG
Driver: target risk
Army Substance
Abuse Program
(ASAP) Risk Reduction
Program facilitates
Installation
Prevention Team (IPT)
Suicide
Prevention
BH
Identify/
Assess
Hazards
ASAP
Chaplain
ACS
Preventive
Medicine
DES
Evaluate/
Decide
COAs
FAP
Leverage
Resources
PMO
Note: In a recent IMCOM
wide data call, 48 garrisons
run a CHPC, 46 GCs attend, 36
GCs lead CHPCs and 7 GCs
serve as Co-Chair.
Resilience
Stakeholders:
IMCOM
Public Health Command
Medical Command
Military
Community
Well Being
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Soldiers
END
STATE
Civilians
Community
Reassess & Readjust
Survivor Outreach Services (SOS)
Purpose:
Provide a multi-agency approach
which embraces and reassures
Survivors that they are continually
linked to the Army Family for as long
as they desire. Foster resiliency and
ensure access to all entitled benefits,
financial counseling/planning and long
term support.
Concept:
Provide individually tailored long-term
Survivor case management, conduct
recognition events, and link Families with
services
Leverage partnerships with NGO’s
Key Tasks:
Expand Partnerships
Establish Survivor Resilience
Program
Create commercial quality Gold Star
Public Service Announcements
We will provide unequalled care for our Survivors
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Casualty Continuum of Care
Death
Day 1-30
Day 30-90
Day 90-Transition
Long Term Support
Legend
CNO
Lead supporter
Official
Notification
Combined engagement
Lead
Transitioning
Resource
Multi-Support
End Support
Mission Complete
Unit
Book of Fallen Heroes
Honoring the Promise
Unit Memorials
Special guest invitation to CoC
Survivor continuous association with the unit
Organization Day
Family Support Group Events
Chaplain
Official Notification
Spiritual support
Organizational support
Mentoring
Counseling
Casualty Assistance Officer (CAO)
Lead POC for assistance
Dignified transfer
Funeral honors
Interment
Grief and Bereavement referral
Benefits and Entitlements
Introduce SOS
approx. day 15
Worship
Workshops
Installation
Management Command
Casualty Assistance Center Benefits Coordinator
Benefits and Entitlements
Posthumous Citizenship
Death Gratuity /SGLI/TSGLI
Promotion s/Awards
• (PII)
Survivor travel coordination
Provide CAO Guidance
Social Security
Funeral Claims
Final Payments
Education assistance
Benefits milestones
Continuous resource to SOS
Survivor Outreach Services Financial Counselor
Budget management Tax assistance
Debt management
Relocation assistance
SGLI/TSGLI
HEART Act
Fry Scholarship
State entitlements
MyArmyBenefits
Investment referral
Financial planning
Homeowners assistance program Education assistance
Local legislative updates
Survivor Outreach Services Support Coordinator
Support groups
Benefits Management Milestones Resource coordinator
Emotional support
Survivor events
Newsletter
Grief & Bereavement counseling coordination Referrals
Legislative updates
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Lead POC for assistance
Survivor final transportation move
Liaison with local communities & NGOs
Soldier & Family Assistance Center (SFAC)
Purpose:
Provide centralized, tailored non-clinical
support services in direct support of
wounded, ill and injured assigned to a
Warrior Transition Unit. Services are
specialized to support the unique needs
of Warriors in Transition (WT), Integrated
Disability Evaluation System (IDES)
Soldiers and their Family Members. The
SFAC provides a warm, relaxed
environment where Soldiers and Families
receive services in areas such as
Financial, Employment, Education,
Military Benefits (HR), Social Services,
Legal, Computer Room, and Child, Youth
and School Services.
Concept:
Centralized services in one location
Partner with WTUs
Integrate with multi-faceted organizations
to meet needs of WTs
Key Tasks:
Partner with WTUs
Partnership with units/medical support
Identify and keep current with service
support information and policy
Track federal, state and local support
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Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2)
•Program Purpose:
• Develop and institute a holistic fitness program for Soldiers, families, and
Army civilians in order to enhance performance and build resilience by
developing the five dimensions of strength: physical, emotional, family,
social, and spiritual.
• Programs:
• Fitness Facility Operations
• Leisure Ticket Services
• Music and Theatre
• Sport/Outdoor Facility Maintenance
• Aquatics
• Library/Info Services
• Community and Recreation Programs
• Outdoor Recreation
• Auto Skills
• Recreation Swimming
• Arts and Crafts
• Better Opportunity For Single Soldier (BOSS)
• 252 Master Resilience Trainers (MRTs) at Army Community Service (ACS)
centers throughout the Army offer two classes per month. ACS MRTs trained
110,899 Family members, Soldiers and DA Civilians in FY12.
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Child, Youth & School Services
Purpose:
Provide quality Child and Youth care and
recreation options*
Concept:
 Network of Child and Youth care delivery
systems
 Designed to assist commanders in fulfilling
their morale and welfare responsibilities to
Soldiers and Families
 CYSS identifies Child Care needs and
coordinates installation resources to meet
service demand
 Core Services:
• Child Development Centers
• School Age Programs
• Family Child Care
• Middle School / Teen Programs
• Youth Sports and Fitness Programs
• Community Based Programs
• Deployment Support Services
• School Support Services
Key Tasks:
 Ensure quality of care and accountability
 Reduce conflict between parental
responsibilities and unit mission requirements
 Provide safe and nurturing environment
*Children/Youth with special needs
included in all core services
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SPONSOR KEY TASKS
Pre-Arrival:
 Complete Sponsorship Training
 Contact incoming personnel with 10 calendar days of appointment (via
email or telephone)
 Send a welcome letter
 Answer follow-up correspondence within 10 working days of receipt
 Keep chain of command informed of any changes in status of incoming
personnel
 Arrange for temporary lodging and local transportation to be available
upon arrival
 Advise incoming personnel of arrangement for initial reception
Arrival:
 Greet and receive newcomer at arranged arrival point
 Introduce newcomer to immediate chain of command and supervisor
Assist newcomer with in-processing and attend newcomer orientation
 Set up appointments
 Acquaint newcomer and family members with unit and community
 Provide assistance and need-to-know information required by Family
Members
 Act as big brother/sister to First-Term Soldiers
 Remain a sponsor for a period consistent with the needs of the individual
Discipline and Accountability is required at all levels
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SOLDIER KEY TASKS
Pre-Arrival:
Complete DA 5434 electronically, submit to BDE/BN S1
Attend reassignment briefing
Complete Sponsorship Training
Complete Outprocessing Survey
Reply to sponsor’s letter
Notify sponsor of travel plans
Notify sponsor on any changes of assignment
 Request specific information needed
Visit local Army Community Service (ACS) for pre-move
information
Arrival:
Meet sponsor at arranged arrival point
Meet immediate chain of command and supervisor
Inprocess through installation
Attend newcomer orientation
Complete Inprocessing Survey
Discipline and Accountability is required at all levels
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Caring for Survivors
Rochelle Fletcher – Fort Drum
Carol Pryor – Florida
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Making a difference in the lives of those
who have given so much
Family Programs
Jessica Zagelow – Fort Bliss
Demonstrating that we can be best
in world at caring!
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Facility Fundamentals
Installation Status Report — Know the condition, function, number and square footage of
your facilities compared to the Army standard.
See your Garrison Commander and DPW.
Work Orders
• Designed for repair work
• Understand local process
and priority system
• Track and follow-up
• Discuss issues with
Garrison chain first
• Avoid separate work orders
for similar actions
• Know what units do:
Filters, bulbs, batteries
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Sustainment
• Designed to maintain
current condition
• Understand local process
and priority system
• Normally, the Senior
Commander approves a
flexible 1-N list
• Avoid conveniences and
nice-to-have
• Focus on mission impact
and life, health and safety
Restoration/Modernization
• Designed to restore aged
facilities or update to
current needs
• Understand local process
and priority system
• Normally, Senior
Commander approves a
1-N list done as funds are
available
• Restoration and
Modernization funds are
limited with some
Sustainment funds
diverted. Normally, limited
to 50% of new facility
• Focus on mission impact
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and life, health and safety.
Facility Fundamentals
Facility Reduction
(Demolition)
• Designed to demolish
existing facilities and
infrastructure
• Competitive process
managed at IMCOM level
• Focus on facilities that are
in Q4 condition or overly
expensive to fix
• Timeline: Selection process
starts in spring with list by
summer and execution in
next FY
Unspecified
Minor MILCON
• Designed to modify existing
facilities for less than $2
million
• Competitive process
managed at IMCOM level
• Timeline: Selection process
starts in spring with list by
summer and execution in
next FY
Military Construction
(MILCON)
• Designed to build new
facilities
• Competitive process
managed at Army level
• Approved by OSD and
Congress
• Timeline: Normally a
minimum of 5 years that
can be compressed with
CSA involvement to 3 years
Mothball — No funding specified. Process is to place a facility into a condition where it can
be used if needed, but minimizes maintenance, heating and cooling.
Space Allocation — All units have a designed space allowance set by the Army proponent for
each facility. Minimize unneeded space.
Metering — The Army is metering large facilities and commands are tracking.
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Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers
Recreation
& Leisure
Community
Service
Quality of
Life
BOSS
By infusing the Single Soldier Voice and allowing communication with Army Leadership, BOSS Representatives become the
glue that unites a Single Soldier Program to Army Leadership as well as the reinforcing agents of the Army Leadership intent
and messages. When these key junior NCOs/leaders are trained, fully authorized, and unencumbered they enable the BOSS
Program to be the vehicle and mechanism to reach every single Soldier and facilitate the achievement of our mission; to
generate a Ready and Resilient Army
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Warrior Adventure Quest (WAQ) Training
Assist Soldiers in reaching a “new normal” as they transition back from deployment to their home station environment.
Trainer:
AMEDD and IMCOM G-9
Instructors
Target
Audience:
Garrison staff: ODR,
MRTs, BH, Other MWR,
Chaplains, Others
Train the Trainer
WAQ/L-LAAD
WAQ -7 Days
Certified Garrison WAQ Instructor
Unit Leadership (SSG and
above) participating in WAQ
All Soldiers Participating in
WAQ
Phase I. Leader Training
Operational L-LAAD
Both Modules
Certifies Garrison
Instructors to Train
WAQ L-LAAD
WAQ -1 Day
Soldier Training
Computer-Based
Training Module in FY14
Phase II. Leader Training
WAQ L-LAAD
Tools: IMCOM G-9 and AMEDDC&S Training Charts, Notes, Photos, and Videos
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WAQ Activity / Leader-Led After Action Debrief
WAQ -30 Days
Training Areas & Range Resourcing Process
Provide a source of
balance
commensurate with
resourcing available
and a operational
training environment
through a structure
that supports unit
readiness and a
foundation for
building the future for
ready & resilient
Soldiers
Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7
BLUF: HQDA G-3/5/7 Training Support System (TSS) enables
unit readiness by supporting operational and institutional
training conducted on installations.
HQDA G-3/7 Training Directorate (DAMOTR)
(ACP DP91 VCSA Decisions, Apr & Jul 08; Relook for USARPAC, Mar 10)
 IMCOM executes TSS on it’s installations in CONUS for AC and
USAR
ARSTAFF Proponent:
 USAREUR executes TSS in Europe (JMTC)
HQDA G-3/7 Training Support Systems Division (DAMO-TRS)
Mr. Thomas Macia
 ARNG executes TSS on ARNG Installations
 USARPAC executes TSS in HI, AK, Japan & Korea – IAW Pacific
Integration
 MTC’s in USARC managed by 75th Div (Tng) – 5 locations
Lead Agent/Capability Developer:
TRADOC
Combined Arms Center-Training (CAC-T) and
Army Training Support Center (ATSC)
Commands Executing
TSS
 Battle Simulation Centers in Institutions managed by TRADOC,
USASOC & MEDCOM
 TSS in CENTCOM AOR executed by USARCENT (3A) – OCO
funded
“Supported commands” receiving TSS from IMCOM:
 FORSCOM
Supporting
Agencies:
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PEO STRI
PEO EIS
USACE HNC
USAISEC
USAEC
Commands Supported
by TSS
(Execute Training)
 TRADOC (less Btl Sim Ctrs)
 USARC (less MTC)
 USASOC (incl Range Ops, Eglin AFB for 7SFG)
 MDW
 MEDCOM
 USMA
 ARNORTH & ARSOUTH – Ft Sam Houston (less MTC operated by
AMEDC&S)
 ARCENT (Shaw AFB MTC)
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Intramural Sports
Program provides Soldiers, Family Members, and other authorized patrons, opportunities to participate in intramural level sports that contribute to unit
cohesion and esprit de corps. Garrison programs designed to encourage large scale Unit participation, build cohesion, camaraderie esprit de corps.
Provide Soldiers positive discretionary time choices, supporting Comprehensive Soldier Fitness and IMCOM Top 10.
G9
Garrison
Measurable
Ref:
FM 21-20
AR 215-1
DODI 1015.10
National
Governing
Bodies
Develop Business Plan
Engage Leadership
Build Garrison Relationship
Program Standards (Facilities,
Equipment, Training)
Strategic Partners (ACSIM)
Develop All Army Calendar
Marketing Support
Receive Continuous Feedback
Jan-Apr
Reduced
Injuries/Impro
ve Physical
Skills
Leadership Engagement
Athletic Recreation Council
Program Plan
Program Calendar
Facility Maintenance
Sustain Program
Tournaments
Commander’s Cup
Physical and Mental Well-Being
Apr-Jun
INTRAMURALS
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Outcomes
OPCON
Participation
Customer Feedback
Budget
Baseline Standards
Staff
Programming
Training
Equipment
Quarterly
Increased
Individual and
Unit
Resiliency
Maximize
Participation
Mitigate
Aberrant
Behaviors
Master Fitness Trainer Course
Purpose: To train selected NCOs and Officers in all aspects of the Army’s
Physical Readiness Training Program to perform as a unit advisor to the
commander on physical readiness programs and to establish and monitor
both unit and individual readiness programs.
Scope: The development of unit and individual physical readiness training
programs based on exercise science to include instruction in: human
anatomy, physiology and kinesiology, body composition, diet, performance
nutrition and weight control, behavior modification, supplement use,
cardiovascular disease risk, Army Physical Readiness Program policy and
regulations, exercise prescription, physical readiness training techniques,
reconditioning, equipment and facilities; running technique; movement
assessment and physical readiness testing.
Length: 4 Weeks
Training Locations: Resident training conducted at Fort Jackson, SC and
MTTs conducted at CONUS and OCONUS installations.
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ACS Master Resilience Training
MASTER RESILIENCE TRAINING MODEL
Certified ACS MRT:
- Conduct resilience training
-Train Resilience Training Asst (RTA)
- Market Program
- Provide GAT access information
- Develop/maintain SOP
Additional Duty Assignment:
- Grades GS 7-12
- ACS Staff
MRT Training is requested by:
- Commands
- Units
- Individuals
- Groups
- Organizations
- Pre-Scheduled ACS Trainings
(minimum bi-monthly)
Where Training is provided:
- ACS Centers
- Units
- Resilience Centers
- FRG Groups
- Organization Days
- Special Events
How it is Trained:
- Classroom
- Face to Face
- Seminars
- Town halls
- Target Audience Family Members
-DA Civilians Trained(Upon Space Available)
Certification Training:
- UPENN (10 day course)
- CSF2 Training Centers
- MTT
Guidance/Policy:
- OPORD 12-119
- Sec Army Dir
- AR 350-XX (Pending)
-Soldiers Trained(Upon Space Available)
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The 5 Pillars of CSF2
Master Resilience Trainers (MRTs)
Global Assessment Tool (GAT)
Comprehensive Resilience Modules (CRMs) / ArmyFit
Performance Enhancement
Institutional Training
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OUTCOME
Comprehensively train and
equip Soldiers, Family
Members and Civilians to face
the physical and psychological
challenges of sustained
operations

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