The Key Spouse Program enhances communication between unit leadership and families. The program's structure is designed so the Unit Commander, Key Spouse, and First Sergeant collaborate to advocate for the needs of our military families. Of particular focus, are those families that are separated due to deployments, temporary duty assignments, and permanent change of station moves.
The Key Spouse is a volunteer who is formally appointed by the unit Commander and serves as a link between unit leadership and their military families. A Key Spouse could be the spouse of an officer, an enlisted member, a Department of Defense civilian or other qualified person that is affiliated with the unit. If you are interested in serving as a Key Spouse or Key Spouse Mentor for your unit, please contact your unit commander.
For more information about Key Spouse program or to get connected to your unit Key Spouse Program representative, please contact Airman & Family Readiness Center at 719-333-3444.