Army Family Action Plan
The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) - is input from the people of the Army to Army leadership. It's a process that lets Service Members (Active and Reserve), DoD Civilian Employees and Families say what's working, and what isn't - AND what they think will fix it.
By giving Service Members (Active and Reserve), DoD Civilian Employees, and Families the opportunity to make suggestions and influence their own standards of Army living. The AFAP helps the Army attract and retain well-qualified, high-caliber force; foster Service Member and Family satisfaction; and stand up programs that encourage confident, self-sufficient Service Members and Family Members.
The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) is one of the Army's principal programs to ensure that well-being in the Army keeps pace with changing times.
AFAP & AFTB Minutes, 16 Feb 17
AFAP & AFTB Minutes, 18 Mar 15
AFAP GOSC Summary April 2016
HQDA AFAP Bar Chart- Feb 2015
AFAP, 29 Oct 14
AFAP Issue Update Book, April 2016
AFAP Issue Update Book, Active Issues, September 2014
HQDA Issue Update Book, Completed & Unattainable Issues, September 2015
AFAP Issue Update Book, Completed & Unattainable Issues, September 2014
Yuma Proving Ground AFAP Program Manager POC
Ms. Rosa Dayton
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone - (928)328-2513/DSN 899-2513