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Perspectives Magazine Summer 2010

Perspectives Magazine Summer 2010

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Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command, United States Army. Learn more at http://www.armymwr.com
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Summer 2010 
p. 6
Academy Renaming
p. 10
Stable Theater
p. 21
Survivor Outreach Services
p. 4
MG Reuben D. Jones
Command Sergeant Major
CSM Abe Vega
Director, Public Affairs
Edward Johnson
Creative Director
Edward Griffin, Jr.
Perspectives is produced by the Public Affairs Office of the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command under the authority of the commander and AR 215-1, “MWR Nonappropriated Fund Activities and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Activities.” Perspectives isalso available online at www.armymwr.com.Purpose: to provide information about Army Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation programs and activities and to share ideas and bestpractices. Views and opinions are those of the authors. The mention or appearance of commercial vendors and/or their logos neitherimplies nor constitutes federal endorsement of products or services.
Family and MWR
 Volume 1, No. 2
MG Reuben D. Jones discussesstrategies with LTG Rick Lynch at the Family andMWR Command HQ inAlexandria, VA.
Photo illustration by Rob McIlvaine 
Commanding General’s LetterSurvivor Outreach Services (SOS)Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
Making Good on its Promise
Family and MWR Employees’ Professional Development ProgramMWR Customer Service ProgramFamily and MWR Renaming the AcademyUnveiling the New Family and MWR LogoFort Knox Family Information CenterPromoting the U.S. Army Soldier ShowOperation ExcellenceBamberg’s Stable TheaterDeployed Soldier Becomes Honorary CoachRecreation AccreditationArmy Entertainment Summit
U.S. Army Soldier Show
p. 17
Summer 2010 
Commanding General’s Letter
MG Reuben D. Jones
 Welcome to the second edition of the Family and MWR Perspectives Magazine. As the CommandingGeneral of the Army’s Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command, I am very passionateand committed to ensure the total Army Community (Soldiers, Civilians, Families, and Retirees)receive the best possible programs and services to enhance their strength and resilience. One approachis to proactively develop, maintain and incorporate our support of resiliency within our plans. Wemust optimize their ability to adapt to stress and promote total wellness of mind, body, and spirit. We will provide the best care, support and services for the Army Community by improving quality of life through initiatives such as the Installation Management Campaign Plan, the Army Family Covenant, Army Community Covenant, the Army Family Action Plan andthe Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Program. The Family and MWR programsand services we provide promote resiliency and serve as an outlet for the Army Community to deal with the daily pressures of a military lifestyle. The strain of multiple deployments and other stress factors may continue into the future. We, as the Family and MWR providers, must think of new ideas to enhance resiliency initiatives.Together, as one team, we can make a huge difference for those Soldiers, Families, Civiliansand Retirees who sacrifice so much to defend our nation and our freedom. They deservethe best and that is exactly what we will provide to them. Give it your best effort! Reuben D. JonesMajor General, USACommanding
People First, Mission Always
 F O L L O W  M E  O N  T W I T T E R !

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