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Moving is an inevitable part of military life, and it can be stressful for the entire family. But we have the tools to help you plan and organize your move, explore housing options and get all the important information you need on your new community.

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Civilian personnel, including dependents, require a passport. For official travel, DoD Directive requires you and your dependents to have a no-fee passport and a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) s...  more

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There are a lot of "hot spots" in the housing market, but filtering them for military families can prove challenging. Here are my picks for the best cities for military families in 2010.

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One of the most difficult aspects of relocating overseas may be making the financial transition. It could take weeks to settle into a budget that supports your way of life, especially if babbling o...  more

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Moving in High School? Worst Advice We Give Our Teens

Moving in high school? Then you are probably a military teen. According to the National Military Family Association, military children will say good-bye to more significant people by age 18 than the average person will in their lifetime. Tell that to your mother. Watch her shrivel a little with the incredible guilt. Your dad probably ... Continue Reading

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