Intent of the UNITE Initiative is to provide squadron leaders with the maximum flexibility to develop and deliver programs to build cohesion for personnel within their unit. You are able to “personalize” events to meet the needs and interests of your unit and to help ensure max participation.
Unite is one component of CSAF Focus Area #1 “Revitalizing Squadrons”
Eligibility- Active Duty, Reserves, and Civilians on RAF Lakenheath- includes LNDH, GS, MOD, GSU
UNITE is here to provide squadron leaders with the maximum flexibility to deliver programs that build cohesion for personnel within their unit. This includes assigned Active Duty, and both APF and NAF Civilians.
We can help you with funding for your UNITE events. Currently, we can pay for food and beverages up to $5 per person attending. *Beverages do not include alcohol. Our support can only go towards unit cohesion events.
UNITE funds cannot be used for the following:
Charitable work provides a cost effective team building activity that allows co-workers to see each other in a new light and can make a real difference in your community.
Our concentration for FY20 Programs:
1. Establish Your Person(s) of Contact
Squadron Commanders will appoint squadron Unite POC(s) to the FSS Unite C3. It will list their duties.
2. Event Proposal
3. Have Fun At The Event
Enjoy your event! Please submit photos, as this lets us pass them along to show BIG Air Force what your squadron is doing to Unite!
Please submit your photos via email along with your After Action Report.
4. Collect DOD ID Numbers
DOD ID numbers are required to track funding and attendance. Please send to C3 with the attached form.
5. Submit After Action Information
The C3 will not be attending your Unite events so we are relying on you to provide detailed after-action information so that we may improve the program.
AARs must be completed and sent to the C3 within 3 business days after the event.
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