R2 Overview

Mission

The Army provides Ready and Resilient (R2) capabilities to Commanders and Leaders to enable them to achieve and sustain personal readiness and optimize human performance in environments of uncertainty and persistent danger.

Vision

The Army of 2020 is comprised of adaptive leaders of character who develop cohesive teams of resilient individuals committed to the Army Profession and capable of accomplishing a range of missions in environments of uncertainty and persistent danger.


READY AND RESILIENT STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
R2 Strategic Framework slides

Sustained Personal Readiness to Meet Operational Requirements

Sustained Personal Readiness to Meet Operational Requirements Increase Overall Health for Preparedness and Deployability for Individuals Through Integrated Training, Policy Support down to Unit Level and Empowering Accountable Leaders Across the Army to Implement

  • Physical
  • Psychological
  • Social
  • Spiritual
  • Family

A Values-based Organization of Trusted Army Professionals

Values-Based Organization of Trusted Army Professionals Promote a Culture of Trust and Personal Accountability

  • Army Professionalism
  • Army Culture of Trust

Enhanced Visibility of Personal Readiness Throughout Career

Enhanced Visibility of Personal Readiness Throughout Career Increased Visibility of Individual / Unit Readiness and Transitions by Refining Existing Tools and Implementing Emerging Requirements

  • Entry into Service
  • Service
  • Transition from Service

R2 Management That Enables Personal Readiness

R2 Management that Enables Personal Readiness Integrate and Synchronize R2 Capabilities at All Echelons through an Evidence-based and Adaptive Management Process

  • Policy
  • Capability Assessment
  • Governance Processes

Resources

AR 350-53

Comprehensive Soldier & Family Fitness

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AR 600-20

Army Command Policy

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AR 600-63

Army Health Promotion

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AR 600-85

The Army Substance Abuse Program

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AR 600-9

The Army Body Composition Program

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DA Pam 600-24

Health Promotion, Risk Reduction, and Suicide Prevention

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DA Pam 600-85

Army Substance Abuse Program Civilian Services

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AR 600-110

Identification, Surveillance, and Administration Of Personnel Infected With Human Immunodeficiency Virus

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HQDA OPORD Enduring Personal Readiness and Resilience (final)

This OPORD provides the guidance to prepare our leaders, soldiers, civilians and family members to meet the challanges of the future environment.

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The Leaders' Guide for Building Personal Readiness and Resilience

Guide highlights the impact of Ready and Resilient principles and Army Values on Personal and Mission Readiness

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R2 Quarterly Newsletter

Live Resilient. Stay Ready. Be Army Strong

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Contact Us


Hotlines

Military Crisis Line (U.S.)
(800) 273-8255 or DSN 111 PRESS 1
Text: 838255
On-line Chat
Military Crisis Line (Europe)
00800-1273-8255 or DSN 118
Military Crisis Line (Korea)
0808-555-118 or DSN 118
Military Crisis Line (Afghanistan)
Use U.S. number
Safe Helpline - Sexual Assault Support for the DoD Community
877-995-5247
Text: 55-247 (inside the U.S.)
Text: 001-202-470-5546 (outside the U.S.)
Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE)
866-966-1020 - 24/7 Outreach
Military OneSource 24/7 Support
800-342-9647


R2 Leadership

Ms. Sharyn Saunders
Director
Army Resiliency Directorate

Ms. Saunders

Sgt. Maj. John McNeirney
Sergeant Major
Army Resiliency Directorate

SGMJ. McNeirney