Fort Bragg held its 2016 Army Family Action Plan Conference Oct. 25 to 27, to discuss quality-of-life issues affecting service members and their Families on the installation.

Since 1983, AFAP offers a platform for the military community to voice issues, provide feedback, and field ideas and suggestions to Army leadership. Issues can be submitted year-round, in person at Army Community Service or online through Army One Source. To learn more, visit

This year’s conference included 46 issues, 14 of which were briefed to Fort Bragg leadership who will review and categorize them as active, completed, unattainable, non-issues or an issue to be forwarded to higher command.

For more information about past and current issues, visit at

Since its inception, AFAP has submitted 698 issues, resulting in 128 legislative changes, 186 Department of Defense or Army policy changes, and 210 improved programs or services.