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Elderly Vets Could Face Benefits Cut Under Trump Budget
by Richard Sisk
President Donald Trump's budget proposal would cut a major benefit for disabled elderly vets.
Budget Calls for Cuts to VA Programs as Tradeoff for Extending Choice
Stars and Stripes
by Nikki Wentling
Trump's budget proposes cutting stipends to some disabled, unemployed vets and reducing veterans' cost-of-living adjustments.
Pentagon Seeks Tricare Fee Increases for Military Retirees
by Amy Bushatz
Retirees and troops who later enter the military retirement system would face higher Tricare fees under the DoD's budget proposal.
Ex-Marine Staff Sergeant Admits Stealing from Presidential Squadron
by Hope Hodge Seck
A former Marine staff sergeant has pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $100K worth of gear from Marine Helicopter Squadron One.
Next-Gen Fighter, Nuclear Cruise Missile Eyed for Funding Boost
The Air Force wants to boost funding for next-gen technologies such as a sixth-generation fighter and a nuclear cruise missile.
Family and Spouse
Finding Military Family Education Benefits
Although the GI Bill and Tuition Assistance programs aren't for family members there are several education benefits that are.
Surviving Spouse and Family Education Benefits
Spouses and children of fallen servicemembers or disabled veterans are far to often unaware of their many education resources.
Commentary: Providing Kids the Education They Need
by Joanie Blue
Folks may have heard a lot about Common Core State Standards, but not how important the standards are to military families.
Military Bases Open Their Doors to Home-Schoolers
by Kimberly Hefling
A growing number of military parents want to end the age-old tradition of switching schools for their kids.
How To Be the Best Military Parent in the Class
by Linda Jacobson
Here are a few ways to keep from feeling run over by schools' varying policies, procedures and general way of doing things.