Entry Training Spouses Handbook
Table of Contents
- Army Family Covenant
- What is IET?
- IET Installations
- Roles of IET Leaders
- IET Phases
- Valued Time and Schedules
- Religious Support
- Spouse Education and Employment
- Family Activities
- Dual Military
- Reserve and National Guard
- Family Readiness Group
- Responsibility Shift
- Transition Tips
- Mental Health
- Stress Relief
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Agency Support
- Child, Youth, and School Services
- Army Training Centers
- Information Websites
- IET-Specific Acronyms
This handbook is designed to help you as a new cadre spouse member to become "Family Strong."
It provides basic knowledge about Initial Entry Training (IET), new responsibilities of your cadre member, and advice to prepare yourself better for the IET environment. Family readiness is when Families are prepared and equipped with the skills and tools to meet the challenges of military life successfully.
We also want to stress that IET is extremely important for our Army as it enables the generating force to man the field units. When you support your spouse, you help accomplish this important mission.
The point of contact for this handbook is Mr. James E. Walthes,
Director, Doctrine and Training Development Division
(803.751-6511/1137 or DSN 734-6511/1137;
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