FORT WAINWRIGHT, Alaska - Rose Wentland, resource management chief of Manpower and Agreements, participated in the Army Family Action Plan conference as a subject matter expert. Wentland provided information about garrison staffing levels and answered delegates' questions about the installation's manning and personnel strength. "It was a good experience, " Wentland said, "I think the delegates understood and they're willing to help. One of the delegates, a 20-year Army spouse, who was new to the AFAP conference process, appreciated that Family members "have a voice in the AFAP process." For 30 years, Soldiers, Families and civilians have had a voice in the AFAP process; working with local, U.S. Army and Department of Defense leaders to improve quality of life standards.