AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER
BAS II Briefing
In Person • Various dates/times are in Appointment Plus
A&FRC Community Readiness Consultants are poised and ready to provide financial briefings in your units regarding the loss of BAS II.
TAP 3 Day Workshop
Virtual • 28 Feb-2 Mar • 14-16; 28-30 Mar
Mandatory workshop for service members retiring or separating from military. Includes DOD Day, VA Benefits & Services, & DOL 1Day/EFCT.
Ditch the Dorm
Virtual • 1 Mar
Workshop to assess if Airmen are financially ready to move out of the dorms and onto the economy.
**Contact your Dorm Manager to register**
P&WL: key Spouse Refresher Training
In-person • 2 Mar • 1100-1200
Key Spouses and Mentors will be educated by a base resource Subject Matter Experts and given an opportunity to network.
Volunteering in the KMC
Virtual • 3 Mar • 1000-1130
Learn about volunteer opportunities and the process for becoming a volunteer in the KMC
TAP Employment Workshop
Virtual 3-4; 17-18; 31 Mar-1 Apr 0800-1630
DOL Employment track designed to teach retiring and separating service members valuable employment seeking skills such as: Resumes, cover letters, application processes, LMI, social media use, networking, and much more.
Key Leadership Immersion Briefing
Virtual 4 Mar 0800-1200
Newly appointed leaders will receive required briefings by agencies to include but not limited to Mental Health, IG, Wing Safety, EEO, SAPR, A&FRC.
Hearts Apart & EFMP Meet Before It Melts – Ice Cream Hour
In-person 4 Mar 1100-1200 and 1730-1830
Come and enjoy some frozen treats with us and network if you if you like.
Virtual 4, 11, Mar 1430-1530
Required for returning deployers.
Bundles for Babies
Virtual 8 Mar 0830 – 1130
If you’re welcoming a new baby, please join us as we gather agencies from the community to help answer your questions through this process.
Agencies include New Parent Support Program, Dental Clinic, Passport Office, Birth Registration and more!
TAP: Pre-Separation Counseling
Virtual 8, 22, 29 Mar 0830-1100
The second step in the TAP process.
Should be completed NLT 365 days from DOS/DOR.
Service members will be counseled based on the pre-separation counseling script.
Will receive information on resources and programs they may be eligible for as transitioning service members.
In person: 9, 23 Mar
Virtual: 16 Mar
Newcomer Orientation provides all newly assigned Members;
Active Duty, DoDCivilians/ Contractors, GSU’s and Spouses with information from various base agencies to assist in their assimilation to the KMC.
**Register on Appointment Plus: https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/9rm3mcns/
German Culture Adaption
Virtual 11 Mar 1000-1200
This program is designed to give the newcomers to the KMC community the tools needed to familiarize themselves with this assignment and all this wonderful area has to offer.
Topics that will be covered during the orientation include: Understanding German Culture, Driving, Recycling and Customs.
Retirement Planning – Blended Retirement System (BRS) Vesting
In-person 21 Mar 1000-1100
This class is specifically targeted toward Airmen who are approaching their two year (24 month) mark for vesting and receiving matching contributions in TSP.
Covered topics will include – navigating your TSP account as you become vested.
This class meets the requirement for the Personal Financial Readiness – Financial Planning for Retirement Starter touchpoint.
P&WL: Heart Link
In-person 22 Mar 0800-1330
New spouse orientation.
Please call the A&FRC to register at least one week in advance at DSN 480-5100/ Comm: 06371-47-5100.
TSP – Thrift Savings Plan
In-person 22 Mar 1100-1230
Discussion will include navigating the Thrift Savings Plan website and Fund information, as well as a multitude of other topics.
Key Spouse Luncheon
In-person 24 Mar 1130-1300
Provides Key Spouses and Mentors education on base resources and provides an opportunity to engage with base leadership.
In-person 25 Mar 1200-1400 and 1430-1630
Family Bowling Night.
Bowling activity for EFMs to foster inclusion, promote motor skill development and learn resiliency skills.
Sensory modifications may also be provided.
One date two sessions!
For information contact A&FRC to sign up or email EFMP-Family Support @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call DSN 480-5100/ Comm: 06371-47-5100
Virtual Zoom/Eventbrite Meeting ID: 160 536 5670
31 Mar 1500-1600
The workshop will address the anger that can occur when people undergo stress.
It normalizes anger as a natural human response and offers options for how to respond when faced with emotionally intense situations and events