My Army One Source: Army Family Team Building Contact your AFTB Program Manager more information!Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) In addition to learning through the AFTB program, the Army Family Action Plan is your platform to voice your quality-of-life issues, ideas, or suggestions and contribute to help better your community.
Please visit ACS just as you would the Airman and Family Readiness Center, Fleet and Family Support Center, or Marine and Family Programs.USAG Stuttgart supports Active Duty Service Members, National Guard, Reservists, retirees, civilians, contractors, and their respective Families by providing readiness services and resources to strengthen and serve the entire community.Your first stop once you are notified of a pending PCS or ETS move should be your local ACS (Family Center) where you can meet with a Relocation Readiness Program Manager who will serve as a subject matter expert in assisting you through the process.Lending Closet When relocating to a new installation, you can borrow basic household goods from your ACS Lending Closet.We are dedicated to ensuring our clients are capable of surviving and thriving through the PCS and ETS processes.
We have developed this program to assist you in finding information and resources to make you more resilient and agile as you navigate your next move.
A comprehensive resource file provides information on both military and civilian agencies to Soldiers, family members and DA civilians.
Trained personnel will assist clients to find the appropriate and available resources.
ESL materials are available at Army Libraries around Europe.
A catalog of all books, audiotapes, and videos can be found here.
The information you submit gives Army leadership insight and helps foster a satisfied, informed, and resilient Army Community. Since AFAP was created in 1983, 698 issues have been submitted, resulting in 128 legislative changes, 186 Department of Defense or Army policy changes, and 210 improved programs or services.