2012 Military Community Covenant
Supporting Those Who Serve
Together, We are committed to building strong communities.
We, the Community, recognize...
... The commitment Service Members and their Families are making every day.
... The strength of Service Members comes from the strength of their Families.
... The strength of Families is supported by the strength of the Community.
... The strength of the Community comes from the support of Employers, Educators, Civic and Business Leaders and its Citizens.
We, the Community, are committed to...
... Building partnerships that support the strength, resilience and readiness of Service Members and their Families.
... Assisting in the implementation of the Armed Forces Covenant.
The Community Covenant program is designed to foster and sustain effective state and community partnerships with the Army to improve the quality of life for Soldiers and their Families, both at their current duty stations and as they transfer to other states. It is a formal commitment of support by state and local communities to Soldiers and Families of the Army - Active, Guard and Reserve.
While Community Covenant is an Army program, it extends to the other Military Services as well, recognizing that many community efforts support all Service Members and their Families regardless of the uniform they wear.
Photos from signing event held at Picatinny Arsenal on February 16th, 2012: