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Want to know the basics about this site? Our organization? Get the answers to all of your questions here.

Featured Questions  
What is the goal of Army OneSource (AOS)?
[9/22/2010]

Our goal is to provide access to accurate and timely information about a variety of topics to Soldiers & Family Members. Army OneSource (AOS) will improve the awareness of and accessibility to programs and services that support Soldiers & Family Members, especially those who are geographically dispersed and do not live close to an installation.
Who has the site been designed for?
[2/19/2010]

AOS is designed for: Family Members, Soldiers, Parents, Children, Youth, Retirees, Civilian Employees and all interested Community Members.
How do I register for the site?
[2/19/2010]

At the top of the page you will see a "Register" link. Simply click on the link and fill out a few pieces of key information. That's all there is to it. By registering, you'll have access to volunteer opportunities, career management tools, resume building and much more.
Can I make recommendations?
[9/22/2010]

Simply click the "Contact Us" link from the "Help" menu in the upper right corner of the page, enter the required fields and submit your suggestion. Live Chat is available Monday-Friday from 0800 - 2000 (ET), or you can submit your comments through the feedback module. If you request a personal response, someone will respond back to you within 48 hours.
What’s special about Army Onesource (AOS)?
[9/22/2010]

AOS is a single portal in which Army Families can visit and find out what they desire to know about almost any topic pertaining to the Army. Articles have been written in language natural to family members versus Army terms, acronyms and program names. Articles selected and posted to the site give the basic understanding of topics that family members often have questions about. AOS allows you to customize your home page with those links or topics that are important to you. It has been enhanced to provide social networking tools to improve the communication with your military friends and family.
What’s different about the LifeLong Learning section?
[9/22/2010]

It provides a “one-stop” knowledge center where spouses can fine tune their own skills, leadership ability and connect to other Family Members.

Categories  
Army Basics

These Frequently Asked Questions have been collected from those who are new to the Army or just need some information.
Making a Move

FAQs related to relocating and getting settled in a new community.
Civilians - Active

Civilians - Active
Managing Deployment (10)

FAQs related to issues of deployment.
4 Nov Deployment FAQs, 18 Nov Deployment FAQs, Deployment FAQs Archive
Civilians - Guard

Civilians - Guard
Money Matters

FAQs related to managing your money.
Civilians - Reserve

Civilians - Reserve
Soldiers - Active

Soldiers - Active
Community Welcome Center

Get acquainted with new Army OneSource look and feel. Here are some FAQs that might help you along.
Soldiers - Guard

Soldiers - Guard
Family Member - Active

Family Member - Active
Soldiers - Reserve

Soldiers - Reserve
Family Member - Guard

Family Member - Guard
Staff - Active

Staff - Active
Family Member - Reserve

Family Member - Reserve
Virtual World System Requirements (3)

Learn about system requirements for Virtual World.
Getting Involved

Getting Involved
Army Volunteer Corps, Army Family Action Plan
Warrior Transition Unit (20)

Warrior Transition Unit
Home and Family Life

FAQs regarding issues dealing with Home and Family issues.
EFMP, Transitional Compensation
Work and Careers

FAQs for issues related to employment, career management and opportunities.
Employment Readiness
Lifelong Learning

These FAQs address programs and issues related to continuing your education throughout life.

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