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Individual Augmentee Support

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What is an IA?

  • Individual Augmentees (IAs) are Sailors who support or “augment” another Navy, Marine Corps or Army command.
  • Sailors usually go to their IA assignment on temporary or TAD orders and return to their current or “parent” command once they complete their assignment.
  • Assignments vary in length from a few months to a year or more.

IA FAMILY DISCUSSION GROUPS

Meet recently returned IAs and spouses of IAs serving various deployment locations. Tap into resources and support to manage the challenges that can occur with IA deployments.

To Register Call: 860.694.3383

IA DEPLOYMENT READINESS BRIEF

IA Deployment Readiness Briefs cover information about personal, practical, and financial preparation; community resources; communicating with family and coping skills. The uniqueness of an IA deployment will be discussed, as well as how FFSC can assist families with the new challenges of IA deployments.

To Register Call: 860.694.3383

COMMAND IA COORDINATOR (CIAC) RESOURCE MEETINGS

These meetings provide an opportunity to discuss the roles, responsibilities and resources available for CIACs as they assume this new collateral duty. FFSC staff will explain services, programs, and resources for IA families during these unique deployments.

To Register Call: 860.694.3383

INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTEE AND FAMILY RESOURCES

PHONE NUMBERS

FFSC Information and Referral
1-800-FSC-LINE

(860)694.3383

Request an IA Family Packet
(860)694.3383

Navy Hotline To Assist IA Families During Deployments
877-364-4302

LINKS

Navy IA Web Site

Fleet & Family Support for IAs(pdf)
Fleet & Family Support Center Programs (pdf)

IA Sailor Handbook (pdf)

IA Family Handbook (pdf)

Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center

ECRC IA Checklist (pdf)

National Student Loan Program: Mobilization Fact Sheet (pdf)

Navy Knowledge Online

Savings Deposit Program

Service Members Civil Relief Act (pdf)

Navy School Outreach information

Personal Financial Readiness

Chaplains, American Red Cross

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society

Military OneSource

TRICARE information for deployed families

TRICARE Prime remote for members and their families

Combat stress resources:

Dealing with Combat and Operational Stress Within the Navy Environmental Health Center
www-nehc.med.navy.mil


Combat Stress Reactions videos and training's on Lifelines Services Network
www.lifelines.navy.mil

Deployment Health Clinical Center web site
www.pdhealth.mil


National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
www.ncptsd.va.gov

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