A&FRC

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A&FRCAirman and Family Readiness Center (US Air Force)
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However, Airmen are highly encouraged to discuss their individual situations with a personal financial counselor at their supporting Airman and Family Readiness Center. The training (course number J3OP-US1332) is available via Joint Knowledge Online (http://jko.
Should the contact information be outdated, contact your local Airman and Family Readiness Center.
MSgt Sublette helped the Airman and Family Readiness Center eliminate a known hazard by coordinating the repaving of their deteriorated parking lot (previously identified as "unsafe" during an ACC SAV).
"In the future, Airmen will be able to seek individual information and education from a personal financial expert at their Airman and Family Readiness Center before making a final decision," Anderson said.
And the Airman and Family Readiness Center, legal office, services, morale, welfare and recreation, family member programs chiefs, family advocacy outreach manager, health promotion manager or the family support center director also help.
I encourage you to read the article that begins on Page 14 in this issue of Citizen Airman to learn more about the Key Spouse Program and to contact your local Airman and Family Readiness Center for volunteer opportunities.
One of our Airmen, who was a key spouse, now works in our Airman and Family Readiness Center. This provides great understanding in AFRO of our key spouse challenges and needs."
Reservists who need to fulfill their TAP requirements should contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at their location.
In January 2010, Airman and Family Readiness Centers will be able to provide resources and referrals to bridge that gap.
The assessment is designed to assist chaplains and people working in installation-level Airman and family readiness centers, family advocacy programs, health and wellness centers, mental health clinics, and child and youth programs to better meet the needs of service members and their families.
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