Reintegration

WELCOME HOME

Welcome home from your deployment in support of the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT). Thank you for all you have done to support our Nation’s cause.

The range of challenges you have overcome during your deployment has been extremely complex. On a daily basis, your families and friends have witnessed, with freedom-loving people around the globe, the hardships and risks you have endured. Your training, sense of pride, and commitment ensured your success.

Your unwavering commitment to our Warrior Ethos has proven to the world that the United States Army is a professional and lethal force capable of defeating any enemy. Meanwhile, your compassion and honor were present as you demonstrated America’s will to achieve the goal of eliminating the threat of terrorism and tyranny to our citizenry.

The goal now is to ensure that you are effectively reintegrated into your community with your family and friends, formally recognized by the command for your achievements, and prepared to return to a more normal military lifestyle. Commanders at all levels have taken, and will continue to take, an active role in assisting you—individually or as a unit. The reintegration process is designed to assist Soldiers, civilian employees, and family members who have endured hardships and sacrifices associated with deployment.

Senior mission commanders, in coordination with the major agencies supporting the Army in Europe, have coordinated to ensure your reintegration goes smoothly. This website, in conjunction with the Army in Europe Pamphlet, “Soldiers, Civilians, and Family Members Reintegration Guide,” is intended to provide you with knowledge of the reintegration process, your reintegration checklist, important information and telephone numbers as you embark on your road to reintegration.

Thank you for everything you did and continue to do in our pursuit to secure our freedom for future generations.

MISSION

On order, United States Army Europe (USAREUR) conducts redeployment, accountability, recovery, & reconstitution for all assigned personnel deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom in order to reintegrate units and personnel back into USAREUR and to facilitate reconstitution and readiness of all USAREUR Families, Soldiers, Civilians, and units.

Handouts

General Briefings

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Combat Operational Stress Brief

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Married Couples Readjustment Brief

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Iraq Redeployment Medical Threat Brief

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Communication and Relationships Brief

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Afghanistan Redeployment Medical Threat Brief

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USAREUR Legal Brief

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Redeployment Preventive Medicine Measures Brief

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Finance Reintegrataion Brief

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Single Soldier Readjustment Brief

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Sexual Assault Brief

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Targeted Briefings

DA Deployment Cycle Support Plan Briefings


- These briefings are designed to provide information to Soldiers, Civilians, Family Members, and Leaders. Although every briefing may be downloaded, the ones with a checkmark indicate the primary audience.

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Task # Title Soldiers Civilians Family Leaders
1.1.2 Reunion Briefing check mark
1.1.3 Suicide Awareness and Prevention Training check mark
1.1.4 Medical Threat Briefing check mark
1.1.5 Soldier Life Experience Briefing check mark
1.2.4 DCS Command Information Briefing check mark
1.4.4a Finance Briefing check mark
1.4.4b Legal Briefing check mark
AE 1.1 Anti-terrorism Force Protection (ATFP) Level 1 check mark
AE 1.2 Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Awareness Briefing check mark




Task # Title Soldiers Civilians Family Leaders
1.5.1 Army One Source check mark check mark
1.5.13 Provide Reunion Basics Training to Family Members check mark check mark
1.5.14 Provide Health Threat Briefing to Family Members check mark check mark
1.5.15 Provide briefing on potentential Signs and symptoms of distress to Family Members check mark check mark
1.5.18 Provide child-care providers infromation on potential child behaviors of returning personnel check mark check mark
1.5.19 Provide child-care providers information on single-parent Soldiers issues check mark check mark


Task # Title Soldiers Civilians Family Leaders
2.1.10 Communication with Spouse Brief check mark check mark check mark
AE 3.5 Complete USAREUR off-duty Risk Assessment Card and recieve Pre-Block Leave Safety Briefing check mark check mark check mark
AE 3.6 View applicable Safe Driving Video check mark check mark check mark


Leader Resources

Task # Title Soldiers Civilians Family Leaders
USAREUR Reintegration Model Briefing check mark

Chain of Command

Crime Related Prevention


Civilian Documents


Commander's Documents

Welcome to the USAREUR Virtual Reintegration page!

The purpose of this site is to provide family members of deployed and redeploying Soldiers the opportunity to virtually participate in the reintegration process. In the Briefings section you will find some of the main briefings that Soldiers receive during their reintegration period, as well as some valuable workshops for family members. The Resources section contains valuable materials for spouses and children of service members on dealing with reunions and the details of the reintegration process.

BRIEFINGS

RESOURCES

For Couples

For Families with Children