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United States Air Force
A&FRC Program Liaison
APO, AE 09720
Relocation assistance can provide support if you’re preparing to move or PCS. The programs and services defined below are provided by the Military and Family Support Center. In addition to the assistance program, a variety of other services may be available. Check the additional information topic to see what unique installation services are available to you.
If you are approaching a permanent change of station, or PCS, you may have questions about your upcoming move. As part of the Military and Family Support Center, the Relocation Assistance Program provides services and resources to help make this transition as smooth as possible. Below is a list of resources.
Air Force personnel are required to in-process through their unit and Military Personnel Section (MPS) the first duty day after arrival. You are scheduled for two days of newcomer's activities: Right Start and Resiliency Training. Right Start is held once a month and is scheduled by the A&FRC (Airman & Family Readiness Center). Personnel will report to the assigned location (it changes depending on availability), at 7:50 a.m. on the assigned Tuesday. This mandatory day of briefings is designed to inform you on the mission, introduce you to key support agencies, to base and local policies. If you have a valid driver's license, you will sign up for a Portuguese license at Right Start.
Day 2 is Resiliency Training. It is also a mandatory appointment, run by the A&FRC and the Liaison will ensure your Unit Training Manage has documented it in ADLS. Commanders and Chief Master Sergeants are exempt from mandatory training. Civilian employees have the option to attend or opt out.