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  • Off-Duty Games Live Stream

    Operation Supply Drop and for the 8-Bit Salute.

    Have something to say? Click the live stream window and join the chat room while we play! Want to participate in a future live streams? Sound off in the comments below or send an email to our associate editor. There are currently no future events scheduled, but we'd like to have more. Helps us build team and sound off if you have an event you'd like to represent, or just want to have a team of fellow service members ... more

  • More Things to Carry in Your Vehicle

    A spare tire

    You can pack your auto repair toolbox with the best tools that money can buy, but all those fancy gadgets and gizmos won't do you any good if they're at home when your vehicle breaks down 30 miles from civilization. Don't tempt fate: Keep basic tools and materials onboard at all times. Be sure to keep the following items on board (you probably have most of this stuff already, so there's no excuse for being unprepared): Rags: Rags should be c... more

  • Brake Maintenance: Checking Brake Fluid

    Checking Auto Brake Fluid

    Many of the symptoms associated with a brake problem are the result of brake fluid issues (see this link for a list of brake problem symptoms). Fortunately, checking your brake fluid level is a relatively easy process—just follow the steps below and have your car manual handy. 1. Open the hood of your car and find the brake master cylinder. The cylinder is usually on the driver’s side of the car, toward the back of the engine compartmen... more

  • Car Buying Tips for Military Personnel

    Family driving a silver SUV.

    The Bottom Line: Buying a car is a major investment. To get the best deal, military servicemembers and their families need to be well prepared buyers, learn how to avoid scams and shady sales practices, and take advantage of the special offers and protections available to military buyers. Make a Budget Getting a new car is exciting. Sometimes, the desire to get your dream car can lead you into paying more for a car than you should. Be sure ... more

  • Check Your Auto Policy for Potential Savings

    Autos in line on the right.

    Content provided courtesy of USAA. Every six months, review your auto insurance policy for potential savings and to make sure you have the appropriate amount of coverage. You could qualify for discounts if: You're in the military and live on a military installation. Your teen driver makes good grades. You have a child who attends a school more than 100 miles away from home and doesn't have a car to drive. Also make sure y... more

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