Added 1,079 Family Readiness Support Assistants in deployable active, Guard and Reserve battalions to provide administrative and logistical support to deployed and rear detachment commanders.
What does FRSA stand for?
FRSA stands for Family Readiness Support Assistant
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It should be attended by the battalion commander, command sergeant major, plans and operations officer, senior FRG advisors (often the spouses of the commander and command sergeant major), family readiness support assistant (FRSA), rear detachment commander and first sergeant, and all the FRG leaders.
We are placing family readiness support assistants at the battalion level of deployable units to assist commanders and family readiness groups throughout the deployment cycle," Wilson said.
THE Army's Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command is expanding the Family Readiness Support Assistant program to reach battalion level, Army-wide, to support deployed Soldiers and their families.