The Finer Points of Moving Overseas, Part I

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You just found out that your next duty station will take you and your family far, far away to foreign places others only dream of visiting. Moving overseas can be a bit different than moving a few ...

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Gyeongbok Palace in Seoul, South Korea (U.S. Army photo/Staff Sgt. Felix Mena)

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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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