Key Spouse Program Info

Welcome to the Columbus AFB Key Spouse Program page!

If you would like more information on the Key Spouse Program, or are interested in becoming a Key Spouse, please contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 434-2790

Never heard of the Key Spouse program? 

Simply put, the Key Spouse Program is a communication network between unit leadership and its families. 

The Key Spouse program is a squadron/unit commander program and as such, can be tailored to meet the needs of their individual squadrons. In general, Key Spouses are a focal point for information and support to families in their squadrons. 

Key Spouses provide someone to listen when people need to talk, and can also point families in the right direction for existing formalized support services. Key Spouses are directly linked to the Airman & Family Readiness Center, which provides an excellent source for information and support. Key Spouses are important resources for military families because they are peers, they "have been there, done that!" 

Interested unit spouses or retiree volunteer(s) that would like to be a Key Spouse should contact their spouse's unit commander or first sergeant. 

Columbus AFB squadrons are always looking for energetic spouses who would like to volunteer and be a part of the Key Spouse Team. No experience is required, just a positive attitude and a compassion and commitment to help others. To learn more about your unit's Key Spouse Program, please contact the AFRC for details. 

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