#ArmyTOC: Ready and Resilient

Today’s post was written by Ms. Rebecca Farmer of the Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness Center Public Affairs Office


Join Ready and Resilient on Thursday, Feb. 26 as they tweet from the @USArmy Twitter account for the day.

Throughout the day, followers will receive the latest information about Ready and Resilient efforts across the Army and have the opportunity to have questions answered by Ready and Resilient subject matter experts.

Sgt. 1st Class Eric Tobin, Army Resiliency Directorate Operations NCO and Master Resilience Trainer, is hosting a live Twitter Chat in the afternoon and will tweet from the @USArmy handle. Tobin will be joined by Army Medicine (@ArmyMedicinePAO), Army Installation Management Command (@ArmyIMCOM) and Army G1 (@USArmyG1).


Thursday, February 26

Takeover: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST

Live Chat: 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST

This Twitter chat is for anyone who wants to know:

  • What it means to be Ready and Resilient
  • Why being Ready and Resilient is important to you, your unit/team and the Army
  • What Ready and Resilient resources are available for you and your family
  • What the future of Ready and Resilient looks like

If you would like to join the conversation, it’s as easy as 1-2-3:

Step 1: Visit Twitter.com on February 26, starting at 9 a.m. EST.

Step 2: Follow #ArmyTOC or @USArmy for useful information about Ready and Resilient

Step 3: From 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST, ask questions by tagging your Tweets with #ArmyTOC or chime in whenever you would like to add to the conversation.

Step 4: Search for the event hashtag #ArmyTOC  to see the thread of questions and official responses from @USArmy, @ArmyMedicinePAO, @ArmyIMCOM, and @USArmyG1 Twitter pages.

Tags:“Twitter chat”, Ready and Resilient, Army Installation Management Command, IMCOM, Army Medicine, Performance Triad, Army G1, Army Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness Program, CSF2, readiness, resilience, Social Media, U.S Army

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#ArmyTOC: Ready and Resilient