March2Success collects information about our users during the registration process. All users must provide their name, email address, state and zip code to identify you and communication with account notices (such as expiration). We collect various types of demographic information for each user to provide aggregate reports, and to better understand our users. We share your name with our content partner to allow for a better user experience. No personal information is shared with any other party except for two exceptions:
For site management and statistical purposes, the Web user's IP address, date and time of request, location of requested web site file from server, size of the file, referral web page, browser used and status code for a web user's request for the web site file are recorded. March2Success uses Google Analytics to create summary statistics, which are used for such purposes as assessing what information is of most and least interest, determining technical design specifications and identifying system performance or problem areas.
You can view our full privacy and security policy at https://www.march2success.com/main/privacy.
March2Success will send occasional emails to our users. The most common types of emails are the welcome email to verify your email address, login information requests, and account expiration notices. March2Success may initiate an email message to announce other issues with the system or your specific account. Please make sure your email allows messages from firstname.lastname@example.org.
March2Success does not provide a method for contact between users. There are no public forums or message boards. All content posted on the site is reviewed and approved by the Program Office prior to being published. Because of this, there is no reason for a moderator on the site.
March2Success and our content partners (providers) own and reserve the copyrights to all materials and content provided on this web site. As a registered user, we grant you a license to use the materials through the US Army’s agreement with the providers.
The Future Soldier Training Program (FSTP) is for Army Soldiers whom have already enlisted and are waiting to enter Initial Entry Training (basic training).
In the FSTP, Soldiers will receive information to prepare them mentally, physically, and emotionally for the rigors of Initial Entry Training and Beyond. Soldier's will also be provided support information for their family members, as well as answering many commonly asked questions.