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Lack of Available Child Care for Geographically Isolated Active Duty Soldiers

Issue Number 513
Status Completed
Issue Title Lack of Available Child Care for Geographically Isolated Active Duty Soldiers
Scope Geographically isolated active duty soldiers currently bear the full cost of child care and the financial inequities of being assigned to remote duty locations. Soldiers do not have access to the same child care fee equity as those who reside on or near a military installation.
Issue Recommendation Locate and subsidize child care spaces in local community child care programs for geographically isolated active duty soldiers who do not have access to military child care systems on installations.
Military Component Active Component
Demographic Group Youth, Youth (Under 5)
Subject Area Child Care
Geographic Area Remote
Entered AFAP Mar 2002
Final Action Date Jun 2010
Accomplishments Updated June 2010: Issue 513 was combined with Issue 569 (Child Care to Support Army OneSource and Garrisons Impacted by Transformation) by the Jun 06 AFAP GOSC. Issue 569 was closed in June 2010. The Army subsidizes off-post child care for geographically dispersed Active Component Families (Military Child Care in Your Neighborhood).
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