The Air Force Services Activity (AFSVA) child and youth programs are working hard to implement two new childcare programs designed specifically for bases that support the new remotely piloted aircraft enterprise. The programs are known as RPA Care and RPA 2 Care. The care goes beyond the normal scope of options available at most installations. RPA care gives families extended 24-hour care for their children while they are away performing their duties. RPA 2 Care provides a professional to look after children for a short time while the service member travels to medical, dental, or other mandatory appointments. For more information on Air Force child and youth programs, visit the AFSVA webpage.
The Air Force Childcare Program
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