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I am missing work because I do not have a baby sitter, Can I get in trouble, do I have to get a Family Care Plan?

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AR 600-20 paragraph 5-3c states:

c. Soldiers must arrange for the care of their Family members in order to be— (1) Available for duty when and where the needs of the Army dictate. (2) Able to perform assigned military or civilian duties without interference of Family responsibilities.

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