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The Family Readiness Group (FRG) is an officially command-sponsored organization of Family members, volunteers, and Soldiers belonging to a unit, that together provide an avenue of mutual support and assistance, and a network of communications among the Family members, the chain of command, and community resources.
First, let's demystify the lingo. FRG stands for "Family Readiness Group," and it is the focal point of family readiness in the Army and the Navy.. In the Air Force, it's known as the Key Spouse ...
Within the United States Army, the United States Army Reserve, and the Army National Guard communities, a Family Readiness Group (FRG) is a command-sponsored organization of family members, volunteers, soldiers and civilian employees associated with a particular unit. They are normally organized at company and battalion levels, and fall under the responsibility of the unit's commanding officer...
This Execution Order provides implementing guidance for the Soldier and Family Readiness Group Progam. Army Directive 2019-17 (Changes to the Soldier and Family Readiness Group Program). This directive established an official name change to refer to FRG's henceforth as SFRG's, Soldier and Family Readiness Group.
This Army Family Readiness Group Leader’s Handbook is designed to be used by Family Readiness Group (FRG) leaders in the Active, Guard, and Reserve Components. The handbook provides updated information regarding FRGs. A battalion commander/Rear Detachment Commander (RDC) oversees
About. The Family Readiness Group (FRG) is a command sponsored organization made up of all assigned Soldiers (married and single), civilian employees, and their Families (immediate and extended) that together providing mutual support and assistance and a network or communications among the Family members, the chain of command, and community resources.
Family Readiness Groups policies and procedures were recently updated to meet the needs of the Army, Commands, Soldiers, and Families and ensure a ready and resilient Force now and into the future.
Maybe you know it as a Family Readiness Group (FRG). Or maybe you call yours a Family Readiness Program, Key Spouse program, Ombudsman Program, or Work-Life Program. No matter what you call your ...