Hughes-Kirchubel, Linda

A Battle Plan for Supporting Military Families

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Table of contents

1. Introduction to a Battle Plan for Supporting Military Families
Linda Hughes-Kirchubel, Shelley MacDermid Wadsworth

Part I. Federal Government

2. Joining Forces: Lessons Learned
Rory M. Brosius

3. Lessons Learned Inside the Pentagon
Barbara Thompson, Keisha M. Bailey

4. National Guard Service Member and Family Readiness After Action Review: Lessons Learned and a Way Forward
Anthony A. Wickham, Mary Lowe Mayhugh

5. Confluence: Merging Reintegration Streams for Veterans and Military Families
Jillian Bourque, Christopher Forsythe, Brian Gilman, Christian Johnson, Robin Johnson, Sean Jones, Michael Lawson, Jason Schmidt

6. Ready or Not, Here It Comes: Navigating Congress and Caring for the Wounded and Their Family Members During War Time
William T. Cahill

7. An Advocate’s Lament: Creating a Strong Voice to Support Military Families at War
Joyce Wessel Raezer

Part II. Industries, Associations and Education

8. Supporting Military Families: Learning from Our Past to Create a New Future in Business
Sherrill A. Curtis, Vivian Greentree, William Baas, Bob Cartwright

9. The Higher Education Community: Educating America’s Next Great Generation
Kathryn McMurtry Snead, Lesley McBain

10. The Mental Health Response to Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom: History and Recommendations for Change
Morgan T. Sammons, David S. Riggs

11. The Unique Role of Professional Associations in Assisting Military Families: A Case Study
Jason T. Vail

Part III. States and Communities

12. Nonprofit Contributions: Reflections and Looking Forward
Michael L. Gravens, Mary M. Keller

13. Community Mobilization
Koby Langley, Leah Barber

14. Philanthropy for Military and Veteran Families: Challenges Past, Recommendations for Tomorrow
Linda Hughes-Kirchubel, Elizabeth Cline Johnson

15. The White Oak Retreat: Iterative Retreats as a Uniquely Effective Mechanism for Building Consensus and Coordinating Support in the Military Community 2010–2016
Jennifer L. Hurwitz, Cristin Orr Shiffer, Hisako Sonethavilay

Part IV. Knowledge Generation and Dissemination

16. Lessons Learned and Future Recommendations for Conducting Research with Military Children and Families
Stephen J. Cozza, Leanne K. Knobloch, Abigail H. Gewirtz, Ellen R. DeVoe, Lisa A. Gorman, Eric M. Flake, Patricia E. Lester, Michelle R. Kees, Richard M. Lerner

17. Serving Military Families Through Research: The View from the Ivory Tower
Meredith Kleykamp

18. Designing and Implementing Strategic Research Studies to Support Military Families
Terri Tanielian, Thomas E. Trail, Nida Corry

19. Military Families Research: Department of Defense Funding and the Elements of a Fundable Proposal
Carl A. Castro, Kathrine S. Sullivan

20. Rules of Engagement: Media Coverage of Military Families During War
Karen G. Jowers, Patricia N. Kime

Keywords: Social Sciences, Family, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Social Policy, Health Administration

Publication year
Risk and Resilience in Military and Veteran Families
Page amount
30 pages
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