The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) allows Airmen to proceed to assignment locations where suitable medical, educational and other resources are available to treat special needs family members. Enrollment in EFMP is mandatory for all active-duty Airmen with a family member with special needs. More than 28,000 active-duty Airmen with one or more exceptional family members are enrolled in the program. EFMP is limited to the Airman's spouse, child or other person actually residing in the Airman's household who is dependent on the Airman for financial support and who meets Defense Department enrollment criteria and is a military health care beneficiary. For more information, search "EFMP" on the myPers website.
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