What is the best way to get your voice heard?
That is the question that we have been asking ourselves for the past 2 years. We have Survivor Conferences and what actually happens to the questions that are asked?
Hello to all, I've been busy in Washinton DC for the past week and a half. This year we decided to have the Survivor Conference follow the Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) protocol. Now the most important issues, as decided by the Survivors themselves, will be forwarded to the Department of the Army and tracked. This way the issues don't fall through the cracks and hopefully the Survivors can get some resolution or answers to their questions.
We held our annual conference in conjunction with the 2010 AUSA conference. We held our Survivor AFAP, had a booth at the AUSA conference, and ran Family Forum IV- so we were really busy. Everything went really well, but now we're exhausted.
Please comment and let us know what you think.
Here is a link to the pictures from the 2010 SOS AFAP
Thank you for your time,
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