|Last updated: February 1, 2011|
american forces team building
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|AFAP Program Manager||423-5324|
|ACS Bldg. 318, Rm 223
|Army Family Action Plan|
|Army Family Covenant|
About the Program
American Forces Team Building is a volunteer-led organization with a central tenet: provide training and knowledge to Spouses and Family Members to support the total Military effort.
Strong Families are the pillar of support behind strong Service Members, and AFTB's mission is to educate and train all of America's Military in knowledge, skills and behaviors designed to prepare our Military families to move successfully into the future.
While AFTB was founded by Army spouses, this program's applications go beyond branch specific boundaries. At the Benelux AFTB Program, we invite all spouses and their Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and
Defense Department Civilians to take our classes.
Course levels | Click here for course descriptions.
In level I, we talk about skills important to surviving and thriving in the fast-paced military lifestyle rolled into 10 fun and informative classes.
Level II is all about personal development through a variety of self-assessments and interactive growth exercises.
Level III is designed for seasoned Service Members and Spouses interested in taking their leadership skills to the next level.
Instructor Training provides the teaching tools for interested volunteers to teach and share through AFTB classes.
Are you new in the area? Ready to meet new people? Already an instructor? Volunteers are the heart and soul of the AFTB program. Whether you want to help in the office or become an instructor, visit myarmylifetoo.com to update your information or apply for volunteer positions.
Our vision is to be the U.S. service member’s community of choice, with premier services and facilities sustaining U.S. personnel in and in support of NATO.
Our mission is to provide Army base operations for joint military and interagency communities to support U.S. personnel in and in support of NATO throughout our seven-nation footprint.
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