The goal of the Private Public Partnership is to establish mutually beneficial relationships between the U.S. Army Reserve and private and public sector organizations to create opportunities for...
- Soldiers to increase their readiness on the unit, leader, and individual levels; thereby enhancing their value to their families and communities and their readiness to protect and serve the American public.
- The Army Reserve and the civilian world to mutually contribute to national emergency response and peace and stability operations around the world.
- Army Reserve Soldiers to train in real world, life supporting and life sustaining missions.
How it works: Through projects with private sector partners, Army Reserve units and Soldiers gain access to unique training opportunities and the ability to apply their expertise and leadership skills to real world projects that correlate with their military experience.
Lines of Effort: The Army Reserve leverages private and public partner relationships to strengthen military readiness on three levels: unit, leader, and individual.
Unit Readiness: Identifies private/public projects around the globe where Army Reserve Soldiers can provide their technical expertise, physical capabilities, and leadership skills, coupled with private or public resources, to make an impact on local communities, while simultaneously fulfilling Army Reserve training requirements.
Leader Readiness: Utilizes partners to provide opportunities for Soldiers to create, augment, or extend their professional network capabilities as well as identify new educational opportunities to support their civilian and Army Reserve careers.
Individual Readiness: Utilizes partners to advance individual physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, financial and family readiness to Army Reserve Soldiers, Civilians and Families.