- Active and Reserve Component Soldiers
- Army Civilians
- Family members
- Survivors, and
- How do I submit an issue?
2. Fill out the Issue Submission form and bring it in to Army Community Service, 6303 Wetzel Avenue, BLDG 1526.
3. Click here to be redirected to the Army Family Web Portal. Once you log in, please complete the form with as much detail as possible and click "submit".
- Success Stories
Programs and Changes that were made because of an issues submitted to the Army Family Action Plan (AFTB):- Minimum Standards for Army Childcare- Installation Volunteer Coordinators- Dental & Vision Insurance for Federal Employees- Increased SGLI from $50k to $400k- Increased Military Annual Leave Carryover- Expanded EFMP Respite Care- Montgomery GI Bill Benefits to Dependents- Medical Entitlements for College Age Dependents- Operations Security Training for Family Members- Military Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)- School Liaison Officers (SLOs)- Fort Carson Dog Park- Fort Carson Post Shuttle
- Fort Carson AFAP Submission Status
Click on table image for a more detailed status of Fort Carson AFAP submissions.
If it’s a program or service, IMPROVE IT!
If it’s a policy or regulation, CHANGE IT!
If it’s a law, AMEND IT!
If there is a low cost, creative solution, GET INVOLVED!
AFAP provides our Total Army Family
with a voice in shaping their standards of living by identifying issues and concerns for Army Senior Leadership resolution. Since its inception in 1983, AFAP remains the only such partnership between a branch of the United States military and its constituents. The needs of the Army community remain in the forefront of Army Senior Leadership. AFAP is the primary tool to communicate the important issues facing Soldiers, Army Civilians, Families, Survivors, and Retirees.
Information provided through the AFAP process gives commanders and leaders insight into current satisfaction detractors, quality of life needs, and expectations of Army constituents. Leadership uses the information to effect changes that improve standards of living and support programs. These changes foster a satisfied, informed, and resilient Army Community.