Army National Guard Bureau Well-Being Initiatives

May 2005
Soldiers;May2005, Vol. 60 Issue 5, special section p4
Reports that leaders of the United States National Guard view the well-being of our soldiers, families and civilian workforce as imperative during demanding times. Recognition of the impact of the transformation of the Army National Guard Bureau; Effect of engagement in the global war on terrorism; Use of initiatives and other processes and management systems related to well-being to enable our army to complete its mission.


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