IMCOM strives to better prepare Soldiers, families
Photo Credit: Ben Sherman
In response to the president's and U.S. Army's emphasis on a career-ready military, U.S. Army Installation Management Command is highlighting job fairs, expanding its transition services and keenly focusing on identifying employment opportunities within the command, as well as business and industry. Here, Warrior Transition Unit Soldier Maj. Lonnie Britton listens to instructions on how to fill out the Individual Transition Plan that is part of the new Transition Assistance Program, or TAP, at Fort Sill, Okla. July 23, 2012. Soldiers participated in the six-day long pilot program that launched the newly revised TAP program, which covers finances, job searches, resume preparation and more. Soldiers are now required to being their pre-separation counseling at least 12 months prior to the end of their military terms of service.
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