The Army FRG website provides Commanders and FRG Leaders with a secure way to communicate information to their Unit’s Soldiers and their Family Members 24/7 from anywhere in the world. By establishing a Unit vFRG site, Commanders and FRG Leaders can provide information, photos/videos, downloadable files, and more to the Soldiers of the Unit and their Family Members. In cooperation with the Unit’s Commander, FRG Leaders are responsible for maintaining the Unit’s site as well as updating the Sponsor (Soldier) database, approving site subscriptions, responding to questions, and more.
A Unit’s virtual FRG site (vFRG) promotes a community feeling within Units by providing a place that is customized to the Unit and contains content that is controlled by the Unit. The creation of a Unit's vFRG site involves no cost to the Unit and includes training and support using a variety of methods. It is easy to get started and a new vFRG site can be created for an Army Unit in a matter of days! Once you have approval from the Unit Commander, follow these five easy steps to create a new Unit vFRG site as an FRG Leader:
Click here for a description of the site creation procedure.
Online tools include:
FRG Leader user guide:
For additional assistance:
Learn about the Army FRG System and what it can do here. This video covers:
Army FRG Overview
Learn how to apply for a site on Army FRG. Please note, only the Commander or the Commander's Delegate should apply for a site. Presence on the Army FRG System requires personnel to maintain the site. If your Unit does not have a site on Army FRG, contact your FRG Leader for more information.
Army FRG Site Application Video
Army FRG Site Application One-Sheet
Army FRG Site Application Manual
The online FRG Training course was developed to train FRG Leaders on their roles and responsibilites to the FRG. Below is a list of the four sections of the course:
The trainings reside in the E-Learning Center on Army OneSource.
To start training today, click here.
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