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Army Family Action Plan Allows Soldiers, Families a Voice for Quality of Life
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Garrison logistics earns near perfect score during inspection
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Recycling for the future
School programs, activities reviving after pandemic
Shoulder To Shoulder
The US Army's Shoulder to Shoulder program was developed to improve readiness through the development and enhancement of the Army Suicide Prevention Program policies designed to minimize suicide behavior; thereby preserving mission effectiveness through individual readiness for Soldiers, their Families, and Department of the Army civilians. C
The soldier is the US Army's greatest asset. In support of this asset, many different resources have been developed for Warrior Care. These resources range from specific programs to sources of information. All play a role in ensuring you get the assistance to which you are entitled. WarriorCare.mil serves as a portal to these various resources. Whether you are currently active-duty military, veteran, a family member or a concerned neighbor, the links on this site will provide answers to your questions or ideas for where to turn next.
I Am Strong
I. A.M. STRONG is the Army’s campaign to combat sexual assaults by engaging all Soldiers in preventing sexual assaults before they occur. As Soldiers and proud members of our Team, we are duty bound to Intervene, Act, and Motivate others to stop sexual assaults and the sexually offensive language and gestures that create an environment friendly to this abuse.
The program, based on 30-plus years of scientific study and results, uses individual assessments, tailored virtual training, classroom training and embedded resilience experts to provide the critical skills our Soldiers, Family members and Army Civilians need.