What does it take to become a key spouse?

Key spouses are trained volunteers who are official unit representatives, role models, team players and conduits of information as a face of unit leadership to families. The program is volunteer-based and led by each squadron commander. Training for the position is facilitated by the Airman and Family Readiness Center where key spouse hopefuls are assigned a reference guide with all the information outlined in the course. For more information on the key spouse program, contact your squadron's first sergeant or the AFRC at (325)696-5999. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Airman 1st Class Kedesha Pennant/Released)

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