“..the beating heart of the Air Force”
In August 2016, Air Force Chief of Staff (CSAF) General David Goldfien, released his letter to Airmen titled, “The Beating Heart of the Air force…Squadrons!”
In turn, AFSVA was asked to establish an activity rich program that would equip empowered Squadron/Unit commanders with options to facilitate unit cohesion.
Unite provides Commanders with funding to initiate programs that will benefit all Airmen in their unit. This includes assigned Active Duty and APF/NAF Civilians.
Family members are welcome to participate, but must pay any associated fees.
RTE programs are pre-approved and easy to implement. FSS related events keep funds on the installation and should be considered first.
Squadron leaders are given the discretion to create UDPs that capitalize on opportunities available in the local area. UDPs require the Air Force Services Activity (AFSVA) and may take up to 30 days so plan accordingly.
Charitable work provides a cost effective team building activity that allows co-workers to see each other in a new light and can make a difference in your community. Free events do not need approval, but we still need to capture the information.
DOD numbers are required to track funding and attendance. They will also be used by the RAND Corporation to evaluate the program’s success though a 90 second survey that will be emailed to the participants after the event.
The installation C3 won’t be attending your Unite events so we are relying on your to provide detailed after action information to improve the program.
Funds can’t be used to augment holiday parties on or off the installation.
Meals must be used in conjunction with a Unite Event
One beverage limit per meal.
Funds can’t be used for alcohol or prizes.
Unite funds can’t be combined with unit enhancement or SM&W funds.
Private org funds may be used to supplement funding.
Contact Katie Brakeville, the Wright-Patterson Community Cohesion Coordinator (C3), to learn more!
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