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 www.bragg.armymwr.com/us/bragg/programs/afap.
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 www.bragg.armymwr.com/us/bragg/programs/afap.
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.