The GallantFew Azimuth Check™
The GallantFew Azimuth Check (GFAC) is a free self-assessment developed by the GallantFew team to help individuals determine their current location on their journey. Broken down into five categories, the GFAC measures a person’s functional fitness in these areas:
“If you don’t know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else.”
What is an azimuth?
Literally, azimuth is the “horizontal direction expressed as the angular distance between the direction of a fixed point (such as the observer’s heading) and the direction of the object” – or more simply, a compass direction.
The GFAC is a tool designed to help an individual navigate where they are, where they want to be, and determine the path to get there. Anyone can take a GFAC. Veterans and service members use the GFAC to assist them in navigating their transition and reintegration journeys, while civilian patriots can use the GFAC to help them become leaders in their community.
Who can take the GallantFew Azimuth Check:
Veterans can efficiently navigate their reintegration into society by frequently taking a GFAC. No matter when a veteran separated from the military, the GallantFew Veteran Team stands ready to assist. Take the first step to owning your reintegration by taking a GFAC.
Before beginning the official transition out of the military, get a step ahead by taking the GFAC. Know where you are, envision where you want to be, and let us partner with you to map the path to get there.
Patriotic civilians are also invited to take the GFAC and use the results as a guide to personal development. Through self-growth, patriotic civilians can become leaders in their communities, crafting an environment of gratitude and empathy for our American heroes.