Strengthening Army Marriages

Lorge, Elizabeth M.
June 2008
Soldiers;Jun2008, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p12
The article focuses on the Strong Bonds program of the U.S. Army which aims to strengthen the marriages of soldiers and their spouses. Chaplain Major General Douglas L. Carver said that the program has been building strong families and remarks that a soldier who is preparing for a combat will be strong if his is family strong. According to Chaplain Lieutenant Colonel Mark Sachs, the program's participants are being taught on communication styles in marriage and problem solving.


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