"If the Army makes a decision in technology, and then it does not
appear as promising as we had originally thought, it is more beneficial to use that information as a map -- a path not to go down. We find out what is wrong and that helps us find out what is right."
-Lt. Col. William Utroska, Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center at Fort Monmouth, N.J.
Army displays 100 technologies at end of 4-month test
Army Family Action Plan
What is it?
The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) is a program that seeks input for the most significant issues that affect the quality of life of Soldiers, Army families, retirees and Department of the Army civilians.
What has Army done?
To date, AFAP results include 102 legislative changes, 152 Army and Office of the Secretary of Defense policy changes and 168 changes to programs and services. Approximately 61 percent of AFAP issues are applicable across the Department of Defense. Ninety percent of AFAP issues are worked at local levels to improve local Army communities.
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Information Papers with 2008 Army Posture Statement
- 2008 Strategic Communication Guide - Read the 2008 Army Strategic Communication Guide for key messages and updates
- Strategic Communication Coordination Group (SCCG) Workspace
- Army Public Affairs Portal
- Stories of Valor
- Speaker's Toolkit
- Information Papers with " 2008 Army Posture Statement"
Aug. 8 - 24, 2008: XXIX Olympic Games: Beijing 2008: U.S Army Olympian Web site
Aug. 16, 2008: 25th Anniversary of Army Family Action Plan