The Family Care Plan is a very important part of unit readiness and must be completed and filed by all Army Soldiers who are
single parents or
dual military. The Soldier must be counseled on a DA Form 4856, developmental counseling form by the
unit Commander and given a packet with all of the required forms. The Soldier must complete the family care plan and have it
validated by the commander within 30 Days. Soldiers with children that are legally separated from their spouse, become
widowed or divorced will also need to initiate a family care plan. Get
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APFT Failure
Fraternization  
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DUI
Bar To Reenlist
Disrespect
Government Travel Card
Flagging Actions
AWOL
Corrective Training
Failure to Report
Diagnostic APFT Failure
Late For Duty
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WLC Counseling
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Promotion Counseling
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Pregnancy
Overweight Counseling
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Loss Military Property
Under Age Drinking
Lost Military ID Card
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