Virtual Soldier & Family Readiness Group (vSFRG)

Documentation and FAQs related to the Virtual Soldier & Family Readiness Group (vSFRG).

Virtual SFRG (vSFRG)

The primary goal of the Soldier and Family Readiness Group (SFRG) is to act as an extension of the unit command in providing official and accurate command information to Soldiers and their Families. The Army Virtual Soldier and Family Readiness Group, or vSFRG, is a tool commanders can use to securely communicate with their SFRG membership regardless of a unit's mission or deployment status - anytime (24/7) and from anywhere in the world. A unit can customize their vSFRG site and control the content on their page. vSFRG is another way commanders can connect their Soldiers and Families to the chain of command, provide access to on and off post resources, and offer a network of support.

vSFRG Resources

vSFRG FAQs

No - all vSFRG users are required to log in using a new or existing AFWP Account. 
A group in which people can communicate securely throughout the vSFRG system. SFRGs are a primary feature of the vSFRG system and are created to facilitate communication between individuals belonging to a specific company or battalion.
Search for a SFRG through "Explore vSFRG" on the left hand panel. After you find the SFRG of choice, select "Join SFRG". In order to gain access, permission must be given. 
Last modified: January 15, 2020 - 2:52 pm UTC