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If you are interested in taking resilience training, or just want to see what programs are offered, talk to your first-line supervisor and Family Readiness Group leader about resilience-building opportunities for your unit.
FRSAs, part of the commander's Family readiness team, provide administrative support to the commander, rear detachment commander, and volunteer Family Readiness Group leader," said Sharon Fields, the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command's EFMP program manager.
The command team and the family readiness group leader dealt with a variety of family concerns for the deployment over a 7-month period.
Kerry Mork, family readiness group leader for Company C and wife of one of the deployed Soldiers, was among the nine battalion volunteers recognized.
FAMILY READINESS GROUPS Unit and family readiness group leaders support Army families using AKO.