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Welcome to the Mobilization and Deployment online forum.This is a definitive place for all members of the Army Family, which includes all Soldiers(Active, Guard, and Reserve)and Army Civilians and their spouses,children, parents,and extended family and friends,to seek information, ask questions and share their concerns about mobilization and deployment in a community environment.Thank you for stopping by and we welcome the opportunity to answer your questions and to hear about your experiences.

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At times, it can appear, with all the focus on military Families that single Soldiers are on their own. However, every Soldier has a family, including single Soldiers. All Soldiers and Family members are encouraged and welcome at all Family Readiness events and programs. A single Soldier's Family may be made up of parents and siblings, their children, a fiancé, a close friend or a variety of other combinations all of whom care and support the Soldier.

There are several programs and materials specifically for single Soldiers. The Deployment Cycle Readiness Handbook has a single Soldier Pre-Deployment Checklist, the Strong Bonds program has Strong Bonds for Single Soliders, and the National Guard Yellow Ribbon has a Single Soldier Reintegration Program.

While we have highlighted a few resources, we want to know how we can better help our single Soldiers and their Families during the deployment cycle. Please take a minute to share your concerns, suggestions, and comments on how Family Programs can improve our service and assistance to single Soldiers and their Families. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Comment Single Soldiers
Sat Jul 10, 2010 at 10:19AM
As a mother of three soldiers, I do agree that the Single Soldiers and families are left out when it comes to families being prepared. Most times the single soliders are stationed several miles away from their families. My single soldier is stationed at Fort Drum, NY and I live in Oklahoma. Attending the meetings and trainings in NY is impossible. Most meetings and training events for families are held during the week days and prevents any family members from attending. Would it be possible for ...[More]
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