Hey Army Moms! FRG is the Army Family Readiness Group and YOU are eligible to sign up for it. The Army FRG will keep you informed about important issues. You can also contact Army FRG with questions or concerns.
What is Army FRG? 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.
FRG’s are established to provide activities and support to enhance the flow of information, increase the resiliency of unit soldiers and their families, provide practical tools for adjusting to military deployments and separations, and enhance the well-being and esprit de corps within the unit.
ArmyFRG is your a direct connection to Command information for your unit. The ArmyFRG was created primarily for the Family Members and friends of Soldiers. We know that when your Soldier is far from home, there’s no such thing as too much information.
How does a Family Member subscribe to an FRG?
Note, in order for a Family Member to subscribe to an FRG, the Soldier of Interest must be in the Soldier Database for that FRG first. In order for the subscription to be automatically approved, the Soldier must have entered the Family Member into the invitation list. Otherwise, the subscription will be put in a Pending state awaiting approval by the FRG Administrator.
Visit ArmyFRG for more information: http://www.armyfrg.org
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