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180321-F-AL033-002.JPG Photo By: Tamara Cario

Fort Eustis, Va. - Army Capt. Joshua Krevy, secretary to the joint staff, JTF-CS, gives a tour of Mullan Hall to military member spouses March 21, 2018. The Key Spouse Program is a commander's program that is primarily used in the Air Force. According to the US Air Force Services website, it's an official unit/family program designed to enhance readiness and establish a sense of community. "Our primary focus is support for readiness and deployment," Mrs. Gallant, wife of Maj. Gen. Richard Gallant, commander, JTF-CS. said to a group of spouses. After a tour of the headquarters, the spouses sat down to discuss the current group and where it is headed. A new command team is coming in July. Along with that big change, several key leaders are moving on to their next duty stations. That means more volunteers are needed to continue a program that the Gallant family agrees is critical to the command.


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