- News, Events & Resources
- April 2015 Month of the Military Child Proclamation Tri-Signed Letter
- Remember & Honor Gold Star Wives Day
Remember and Honor Gold Star Wives' Day on April 5, 2015. Join Survivor Outreach Services in paying respect to the spouses and Families of Fallen members of the U.S. Armed Forces. Take time to remember and honor the service and sacrifice of their Fallen Soldier by saying thank you to our surviving military spouses. Info
- Operation Love Letters Gallery
Operation Love Letters has concluded for 2015, but check out these articles and photos of events from around the command that took place this year. Click here.
- Young Lives, BIG Stories Contest
The “Young Lives, BIG Stories” promotion (the “Sweepstakes”) is open to children of Active Duty Army, US Army Retirees, and members of the Army National Guard or Army Reserve. Rules and Information
- Military Kids Build Robots, Learn Team Fun
Army Reserve Child Youth and School Services, Operation Military Kids, 4-H, and National Guard Child Youth Services hosted a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) School Break Youth Enrichment Program at the National Guard’s 103rd Troop Command Headquarters dining facility, Feb. 16. Full Article
- Teen Resilience Training
Hosted by the Military Intelligence Readiness Command This is a 7 session training program that will improve the way teens approach life’s challenges! Info
- Army Reserve Teens, Let Your Voices be Heard!
Army Reserve Teen Panel (ARTP) has taken on the task of designing, composing, and publishing a book written by Army Reserve teens for Army Reserve teens, and we want your voices heard. Info
- Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness Survivor Survey
If you are a Survivor of a deceased Army service member, you are encouraged to share your experiences in a brief and confidential survey. Info
- Latest Issue of Double Eagle Magazine
- Latest Issue of Warrior Citizen Magazine
- Apps for Download
- Request Your Soldier's Life Cycle Kit
Army Reserve Family Programs is here for you throughout the Soldier's Life Cycle. Putting Family first, then balancing between a civilian job and Army Reserve life is hard work. Let Army Reserve Family Programs (ARFP) help you make that balance easier. Get connected by requesting your Life Cycle Kit.
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