Military Family Voices Pilot Program Successfully Preserves the Voices of Soldiers and Families
These recordings help to mitigate the extreme stresses brought on by relentless separations and the brutally constant presence of harm’s way. In that way they importantly help to preempt the disconnections, disorientations and debilitations brought on from long exposures to these stresses.
We all take the vivid voices of those we love and their extreme effect on our wellbeing for granted. Now, imagine being separated from the clear voices of those you love for months or forever. This is an every day horror and dilemma for United States Armed Forces’ Soldiers and Families. For the last years in preparation, and over the last year in direct recordings of Soldiers and Families, Military Family Voices has fundamentally changed that problem to help mitigate the powerful stresses and dysfunctions brought on by brutal separations and the ravages of relentless harm’s way.
Soldiers and Families bond and re-bond in recording sessions, whether for a single Soldier or for an extended Family of 16 or more, and can play these extraordinary audio recordings any time they need to do so, regardless of communication technology and availability from home to downrange. These recording sessions and recordings importantly help to preempt the disconnections, relationship fragmentations, disorientations and debilitations brought on from long exposures to their complex and intense stresses.
Military Family Voices, MFV, is now a successful new program to help preempt much of the debilitating effects of separation and disconnection from the vivid voices of loved ones by providing master audio recording sessions and the highest possible quality preservation of their voice recordings for constant comfort downrange, at home and for posterity. The Soldiers play these recordings time and again for comfort downrange, and they feel like their voices are reaching back home, when their recorded voice can be played for their family and even unborn child.
MFV, also records the audio sounds of unborn children; so, those can be sent to the Father downrange to hear sounds like hiccups, the heartbeat and gurgling whenever he wants assurance of the connection. Families are given their recordings directly after their session, and they can e-mail the smaller version to their Soldier immediately. In this way their voices and sounds, in ultra quality, can comfort them right away and continually for a feeling of rapid connection and security and always to reinforce ties, feelings of real-time presence and the remembered importance of those in their lives.
The Pilot Voice Preservation Program for all Branches in all locations of the Military has now been established and is operational at Fort Carson Army Mountain Post in Colorado (www.carson.army.mil), preserving the voices of Soldiers and their Families and setting the critical baseline foundation for expansion to all other Military Branches -Posts and Bases. This recording/voice preservation service is given at no charge to the Military and Soldiers by caring Civilians, Businesses and Organizations, who desire to recognize and honor the freely given sacrifices and risks that the Soldiers and Families take to protect us all and to intimidate those who would threaten and reduce our worlds.
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Military Family Voices
To provide direct support audio voice recordings to U.S.A. Military and Families, active, deployed, deploying, downrange, returning and Veterans to help preserve their loved ones’ voices in ultra high quality and to help mitigate the extreme stresses that the high risks, sacrifices and extreme separations cause. To provide these services from caring Civilians, Businesses and Organizations as free of charge to the Military and as meaningful and lasting Tributes and Honors for their Service.
- This charity raised $8,000 in the past year
- This Achievement helped 50,000 people
- This charity helped 4,000 people in the past year
- The Pilot Voice Recording Program for all Military has been established and is operational.
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