Army Working to Boost Quality of Life

Army Working to Boost Quality of Life

The Army is working on several efforts this year to enhance quality of life for military families, according to Military.com.

“We enlist soldiers, but we retain families,” Army Secretary Mark Esper said this week at an Association of the United States Army event.

The Army is planning to improve access to child care and reimburse the costs of spouses’ professional credentialing. It will also consider longer assignments to keep a family in a community longer.

“We can stabilize the force,” Esper said. “Particularly if the spouse has a great job, if the kids are in good schools and the parents are happy, we want to reduce turmoil” caused by moving to a new duty station.

 

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