Meh. Not really. The Army deploys whole united together so they use the FRG to coordinate for all the families. The AF, on the other hand, deploys single people or small groups instead of an entire squadron.
I'm on the board of our Officers' Spouses Club and it's sort of similar.
There are Key Spouses in the Air Force who volunteer for there squdreans. And some whole units or squdreans do all go out together my DH's unit goes out all of them.
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I don't know about all squadrons/flights but every flight in my squadron has a recall roster and the flight key spouse, if they have one, is listed on that. You or your spouse could also contact the squadron first sergeant and ask him/her for key spouse contact information. We have two in our flight and I think five or six in our squadron. They are such amazing and dedicated ladies. If you don't have a key spouse, you can always volunteer to head that up and I'm sure you'd find a lot of grateful people willing to help you. The first sergeant would be a good resource for getting that started. Also check with the Airman and Family Readiness Center at your base - they do spouse and children activities a lot too.