The Heart of Army Installations

Reece, Beth
May 2006
Soldiers;May2006, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p8
This article focuses on volunteers in U.S. military installations. Services being provided by unpaid volunteers on installations include assisting in tax offices and encouraging and mentoring wounded soldiers at military hospitals. According to Vicki Brown, chief of the Army Family Enrichment Division at the U.S. Community and Family Support Center, volunteers stabilize Army communities by contributing to community cohesion and enhancing the well-being of the soldiers and their family.


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