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Welcome to the Military OneSource Reports homepage, which includes descriptions and links to important Department of Defense (DoD) and government Quality of Life reports. If you are looking for a report for a specific program, you can access program-specific reports by visiting the Service Providers Program Landing Page. The reports below are valuable and important to military members, their families, and service providers, so please check back often, as the latest reports will be added as they become available.
These reports are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format and require Acrobat Reader 4.0 or later. A free copy of Acrobat Reader can be downloaded from the Adobe Acrobat Reader website.
The demographics reports, which were prepared for the DoD present a synthesis of demographic information describing members and families in the military community. Active duty Service branches include DoD's Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force, and the Reserve Components include DoD's Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Naval Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve, and the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Coast Guard Reserve.
Personal Commercial Solicitation ReportThe May 2013 Personal Commercial Solicitation Report lists insurance and financial product companies and agents currently barred from soliciting on specific DoD installations as reported by the military services. Please contact the DoD Morale, Welfare and Recreation Policy Office if you have questions or comments regarding this report.
Annual Report to Congress on Plans for the DoD for the Support of Military Family ReadinessThis annual report to Congress provides a summary of plans and assessment activities pertaining to military family readiness and the Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 assessment results based on DoD-wide goals and metrics in select family readiness program areas.
Annual Report of the DoD Military Family Readiness Council (PDF)This annual report to Congress presents an assessment of the adequacy and effectiveness of the military family readiness programs and recommendation on action to be taken to improve the capability of the military family readiness program. FY 2008 report was combined with FY 2008 Annual Report to Congress on plans for the DoD for the Support of Military Family Readiness (see the link above).
Report to Congress on the Impact of Deployment of Members of the Armed Forces on Their Dependent Children (PDF)This report is pursuant to Section 571 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY 2010, which requires the Secretary of Defense to submit to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives a report on the result of a comprehensive assessment of the impacts of military deployment on the dependent children of deployed service members.
Final Report from the National Leadership Summit on Military Families (PDF)This report serves as a comprehensive overview and summary of the National Leadership Summit on Military Families, held 9 - 10 November, 2009 at the University of Maryland. The Summit brought together key individuals including senior policymakers, family program leaders and staff, military family researchers, and military family members themselves for a two-day discussion on the state of affairs for military families. The Final Report details current challenges, establishes goals, and lays out a plan of action for the future of military family support and readiness.
Response to the Terrorist Attack on the Pentagon: Pentagon Family Assistance Center (PFAC) After Action Report- March 2003 (PDF)Following the events of September 11, 2001, the PFAC developed quickly into a multiagency emergency response effort. Various military components, federal, state, and local governments, and non-government agencies came together to support the families. This report discusses the three phases of the operation and the services and support provided to meet the needs of the families over time.
Strengthening our Military Families- Meeting America's Commitment (PDF)The President has made the care and support of military families a top national security policy priority. In May 2010, the President directed the National Security Staff (NSS) to develop a coordinated government-wide approach to supporting military families.
2nd Quadrennial Quality of Life Review Report (PDF)This 2009 report focuses on 19 significant areas in which the DoD has undertaken major initiatives to improve the quality of life of our service members and their families.
1st Quadrennial Quality of Life Review Report to Congress (PDF)This report highlights matters affecting the quality of life of members of the Armed Forces in relation to the national security strategy of the United States. It articulates a caring leadership who understands the sacrifices and demands of the military lifestyle and reiterates the Department's commitment to underwrite family support.- Charles S. Abell, Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Personnel and Readiness)
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