“Demands on Airmen and their families are increasing and sometimes become more complex due to extended periods of separation due mission requirements,” said Master Sgt. Eric Natalicio, AFRC readiness senior NCO.
“Family readiness programs are important not only because it supports the overall AFRC function objective but also most importantly assist all military families to be ready in all readiness aspects. Being ready directly affects resiliency to cope with the challenges of the whole military and family cycle,” Natalicio said,
The AFRC, located in Bldg. 2 in Area A, offers 18 different programs, such as family readiness and financial services. For more information, call AFRC at 937-257-3592.