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Army Family Team Building (AFTB)

US Army Abbreviations, Brevity Codes, and Acronyms

AFTB contributes to readiness, performance, retention and recruitment, all vital to the Army's mission.  The AFTB program trains Active Duty Families to become a combat multiplier and enhance overall readiness of the force.  An informed, empowered Family allows the Service Member to concentrate efforts and focus in on the mission of defending our nation.  The Service Member is able to feel confident and secure that his or her Family is better prepared for the challenges of mobilization.  After AFTB training, Families can do more to help themselves, the command can focus on its mission while assuring Family members that the military support will be there.  Command support of the program is vital to its success. Volunteer opportunities are available!

AFTB Level Overview
Military Knowledge (K) Level:  A two day workshop that allows participants to learn about Army life and how to maneuver through daily challenges by discovering how to decipher Army acronyms, utilize community resources, acquire personal resiliency concepts and understand the goal and impact of the Army mission.

K Level Table of Contents
K2 Military Terms & Acronyms


Personal Growth & Resiliency (G) Level:  A three day workshop that will improve attendee’s personal skills and relationships through courses in leadership, management, and communication.

G Level Table of Contents


Leadership Development (L) Level: A three day workshop for individuals who are or will be responsible for coaching, mentoring, and advising others.  This training develops advanced leadership skills and enhances participant’s organizational skills.

L Level Table of Contents


AFTB Instructor training Course:  Take your AFTB experience to the next level by attending a three day “train the trainer” class.  This training will help you become a confident and effective speaker within a classroom setting, as well as, introduce you to the platform skills necessary to becoming an AFTB Instructor.

NOTE:  Training of specific modules is available.

You may take training at your convenience: 
Online Learning Management System

AFTB Minutes

AFTB Apps
http://apps.fortgordon.com/

Yuma Proving Ground AFTB Program Manager POC
Ms. Rosa Dayton
Email - rosa.m.dayton.civ@mail.mil
Phone - (928)328-2513/DSN 899-2513

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