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The Air National Guard Airman and Family Readiness program provides assistance, guidance, and support that enhances the quality of life for service members and their families during peacetime and upon mobilization. This includes personal, financial, family, and community readiness, deployment cycle support, crisis intervention, transition assistance, outreach, training, management, information, referral and follow-up, life skills education, review and analysis of program effectiveness, and volunteer program management.
Work for Warriors (WFW) is a FREE job placement program in California. We assist all Service Members, Veterans, their families, natural disaster survivors, and Youth Academy graduates. We also offer free training in security, IT, heavy equipment operation and employment readiness. With an ever-growing list of active business partnerships throughout California, we are able to offer our candidates a wide variety of careers, ranging in experience and backgrounds. Our veteran staffing consultants will guide you through the hiring process. Whether you're unemployed, underemployed, or in need of a change, we want to help you find the career you've been searching for!
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3-Day TAP Curriculum Workshop
This multi-day course provides members with information and skills needed for a successful transition. This workshop is broken down as follows:
Day 1: DOD Transition Day - This portion of TAP includes curriculum modules on building resiliency by managing your own transition (My Transition), a Military Occupational Code Crosswalk to help define and translate military skills and the Financial Plan for Transition module, which fulfills the mandated financial literacy requirement. (Required for all – no exemptions)
Day 2: VA Benefits and Services (Required for all – no exemptions)
Day 3: DOL Employment Fundamentals of Career Transition (EFCT) – Some exemptions apply
This workshop is facilitated by briefings given by the A&FRC, Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Labor.
146th Airlift Wing Military Life Cycle (MLC): Channel Islands Air National Guard members receive the Transition GPS curriculum at key touch points throughout their Military Life Cycle (MLC). This allows Guard members the time within their military career to plan for their civilian career. Most importantly, it provides the resources to assist them in planning and aligning their military career goals with their civilian career goals. The curriculum is also available to spouses during the Guard member's transition planning.
DoD Financial Readiness Program: The Department of Defense Office of Financial Readiness provides policy, education, advocacy and program oversight to promote financial readiness of Force and Family in support of mission readiness.
Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/DoDFINRED
https://www.militaryonesource.mil/ or call 800-342-9647
Military OneSource is your 24/7 connection to information, answers and support to help you reach your goals, overcome challenges and thrive. As a member of our military family, you are eligible to use this Department of Defense-funded program anytime, anywhere. Turn to Military OneSource for tax services, spouse employment help, webinars and online training, relocation and deployment tools, and much more. Learn about some of the ways we serve you.
Airmen required to update AFPAAS Bi-Annually
All Airmen are required to verify their contact information in the Air Force Personnel Accountability and Assessment System (AFPAAS) Bi- Annually:
To do this, go to https://AFPAAS.af.mil. Select "Click Here" under the "Airmen/Civilian" heading and then log-in using your CAC card. Once logged in, select the "My Info" tab and then “Contact Information.” Review your data, edit as needed, and then select “Verify Info as Current.” This must also be done for each dependent in the “Family Member Info” section. Members should also address any discrepancies by updating their information in DEERS, via the MilConnect Portal: https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnect.
AFPAAS standardizes the method for the Air Force to account, assess, manage, and monitor the recovery and reconstitution process for personnel and their families affected and/or scattered by a wide-spread catastrophic event.
In the event of an exercise or real world event, 146th Airlift Wing personnel and family members may be required to report their status in AFPAAS. Additionally, family members may account for themselves by accessing AFPAAS, changing the log-in option to “Personal Information” and using their sponsor’s SSN, date of birth and last name to log in. All personnel should remain cognizant of their AFPAAS reporting requirements, listed in AFI 36-3803, Personnel Accountability in Conjunction with Natural Disasters or National Emergencies, Section 2.8.
If you plan on leaving the area, please update your AFPAAS account prior to leaving and upon returning.