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The Army Chaplaincy is an Army professional bulletin published for the Chief of Chaplains. Although it contains professional information for the support and strengthening of Army chaplains and chaplain assistants, the content does not necessarily reflect the official Army position and it does not supersede any information presented in other official Army publications. The Summer-Fall 2010 issue, Strengthening Army Communities through Ministries of Sacred Speech, is available on the Army Chaplain Corps website.

The Army Chaplaincy Strategic Plan 2009-2014 This strategic plan is aligned with the Army Campaign Plan, covers a five year period, and is updated every year to reflect new issues.

Ministering to Families Affected by Military Deployment: Resources for America’s Clergy This resource guide for chaplains was prepared by the Directorate of Ministry Initiatives, United States Army Office of the Chief of Chaplains.

National Guard

National Guard Chaplaincy Strategic Mission This PowerPoint presentation summarizes the National Guard Chaplaincy Corps strategic mission.

National Guard Bureau Office of the Chaplain Newsletter This site provides access to old newsletters and excerpts from them.

 


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Military OneSource Service Enhancements Beginning in July 2014, the Military OneSource website will be updated to make it easier than ever to sign in, order from the products page and search their extensive database of expert advice, tips and information. Find out more here.


Woman sitting behind desk with notepad speaking to man in uniform When you hear the word health, images like sweating in a crowded gym or choosing a salad over a bucket of fried chicken might come to mind. Just like your physical health may be challenged by the temptation to skip a workout, your emotional health may be challenged by the stress you face on a daily basis. As if regular, everyday stress isn't enough, you've probably faced additional stressors characteristic to military life, like deployments or frequent moves. To be able to face these challenges head on, you need to be both physically and emotionally healthy, and that means taking care of yourself.

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