2011 FORSCOM AFAP Conference

By Britney Walker, FORSCOM Public AffairsMarch 9, 2011

Delegates listen intently to FORSCOM G-1 officials during the opening forum of the 2011 FORSCOM AFAP Conference in Atlanta. About 50 delegates from FORSCOM subordinate units across the country are attending the weeklong conference to prioritize FORSCOM's top 10 quality-of-life issues for resolution.
1 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Delegates listen intently to FORSCOM G-1 officials during the opening forum of the 2011 FORSCOM AFAP Conference in Atlanta. About 50 delegates from FORSCOM subordinate units across the country are attending the weeklong conference to prioritize FORSCOM's top 10 quality-of-life issues for resolution. (Photo Credit: Britney Walker, FORSCOM Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
During the 2011 AFAP social hour conference delegates were able to mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials.  FORSCOM Deputy Commander Howard B. Bromberg and Command Sergeant Major Ronald Riling are pictured with the Medical/Dental work group.
2 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – During the 2011 AFAP social hour conference delegates were able to mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials. FORSCOM Deputy Commander Howard B. Bromberg and Command Sergeant Major Ronald Riling are pictured with the Medical/Dental work group. (Photo Credit: Britney Walker, FORSCOM Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
During the 2011 AFAP social hour conference delegates were able to mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials.  FORSCOM Deputy Commander Howard B. Bromberg and Command Sergeant Major Ronald Riling are pictured with the Force Support work group.
3 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – During the 2011 AFAP social hour conference delegates were able to mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials. FORSCOM Deputy Commander Howard B. Bromberg and Command Sergeant Major Ronald Riling are pictured with the Force Support work group. (Photo Credit: Britney Walker, FORSCOM Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
During the 2011 AFAP social hour conference delegates were able to mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials.  FORSCOM Deputy Commander Howard B. Bromberg and Command Sergeant Major Ronald Riling are pictured with the Family Support work group.
4 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – During the 2011 AFAP social hour conference delegates were able to mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials. FORSCOM Deputy Commander Howard B. Bromberg and Command Sergeant Major Ronald Riling are pictured with the Family Support work group. (Photo Credit: Britney Walker, FORSCOM Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
During the 2011 AFAP social hour conference delegates were able to mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials.  FORSCOM Deputy Commander Howard B. Bromberg and Command Sergeant Major Ronald Riling are pictured with the Benefits & Entitlements work group
5 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – During the 2011 AFAP social hour conference delegates were able to mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials. FORSCOM Deputy Commander Howard B. Bromberg and Command Sergeant Major Ronald Riling are pictured with the Benefits & Entitlements work group (Photo Credit: Britney Walker, FORSCOM Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORSCOM Deputy Commander Lt. Gen. Howard B. Bromberg encourages conference delegates to keep resilience on their minds while reviewing and making decisions at this year's AFAP conference. "AFAP is important to us not just this week, but all year long," he stated.
6 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORSCOM Deputy Commander Lt. Gen. Howard B. Bromberg encourages conference delegates to keep resilience on their minds while reviewing and making decisions at this year's AFAP conference. "AFAP is important to us not just this week, but all year long," he stated. (Photo Credit: Britney Walker, FORSCOM Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORSCOM Deputy, Chief of Staff G-1 Mr. Eric "Rick" Porter, FORSCOM Deputy Commander Lt. Gen. Howard B. Bromberg, and a conference participant engage in conversation during the 2011 AFAP conference social hour. The social hour gives delegates a chance to unwind from the days stress and mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials.
7 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORSCOM Deputy, Chief of Staff G-1 Mr. Eric "Rick" Porter, FORSCOM Deputy Commander Lt. Gen. Howard B. Bromberg, and a conference participant engage in conversation during the 2011 AFAP conference social hour. The social hour gives delegates a chance to unwind from the days stress and mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials. (Photo Credit: Britney Walker, FORSCOM Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Jean Mills, FMWRC deputy director, welcomes delegates to the 2011 AFAP conference and shares updates to existing Army Family Programs. About 50 delegates from FORSCOM subordinate units across the country are attending the weeklong conference to prioritize FORSCOM's top 10 quality-of-life issues for resolution.
8 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Jean Mills, FMWRC deputy director, welcomes delegates to the 2011 AFAP conference and shares updates to existing Army Family Programs. About 50 delegates from FORSCOM subordinate units across the country are attending the weeklong conference to prioritize FORSCOM's top 10 quality-of-life issues for resolution. (Photo Credit: Britney Walker, FORSCOM Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORSCOM G-1 officials embrace technology by using their smart phones to search for "QR Code readers" that allows them to retrieve a link, embedded within a "QR code," that directs users to an online source of 2011 FORSCOM AFAP conference news. FORSCOM is hosting its AFAP conference from March 7-11, in Atlanta.
9 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORSCOM G-1 officials embrace technology by using their smart phones to search for "QR Code readers" that allows them to retrieve a link, embedded within a "QR code," that directs users to an online source of 2011 FORSCOM AFAP conference news. FORSCOM is hosting its AFAP conference from March 7-11, in Atlanta. (Photo Credit: Britney L. Walker, FORSCOM Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
During the 2011 AFAP social hour conference delegates were able to mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials.  FORSCOM Deputy Commander Howard B. Bromberg and Command Sergeant Major Ronald Riling are pictured with the Survivor/Career/Education work group.
10 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – During the 2011 AFAP social hour conference delegates were able to mix and mingle with each other and FORSCOM officials. FORSCOM Deputy Commander Howard B. Bromberg and Command Sergeant Major Ronald Riling are pictured with the Survivor/Career/Education work group. (Photo Credit: Britney Walker, FORSCOM Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL

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