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Family Readiness Group - FRG
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Stacey Pennington is no stranger to what staying "resilient" means. The spouse of an Army truck driver has endured a lot the past five years: four deployments and four PCS moves while guiding three children through a host of changes in their lives. Within 30 days of reaching Fort Campbell, Ky., her husband received notification for Iraq, the third deployment of his career. With two deployments under her belt, Pennington thought she'd offer her services to others, so she volunteered with the American Red Cross at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital at Fort Campbell.

Stacey Pennington is no stranger to what staying "resilient" means. The spouse of an Army truck driver has endured a lot the past five years: four deployments and four PCS moves while guiding three children through a host of changes in their lives.

Stephenie Palmer reflects on how the Army's commitment to Families has evolved over the last two decades.