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Army Family Team Building

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Army Family Team Building (AFTB) is a volunteer-led organization with a central mission to provide training, knowledge and certification to family/community members to support the total Army effort. AFTB augments the Army mission by educating and training the Army family/community to be self-sufficient leaders within their communities. AFTB Level I provides basic skills and knowledge needed to live the military life, Level II allows the participant to grow into a community leader/manager and Level III focuses on inspiring and mentoring others into leadership positions. This program also allows Soldiers to earn promotion points for training received. Contact Army Community Service at 706-791-3579 or visit www.gordon.army.mil/acs for more information.

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