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2.1% Pay Raise, BAH Cuts, Tricare Fee Hikes Approved by Senate
by Amy Bushatz
The Senate's version would cap the amount of housing allowance dual-military couples with dependents can receive.
Here's How Tricare's 2017 Changes Affect You
by Amy Bushatz
A series of sweeping Tricare changes could have a big impact on some of the military health care system's users.
Facing High Denial Rates for VA Claims, 3 Gulf Vets Intervene
Stars and Stripes
by Nikki Wentling
A GAO report disclosed that the VA denies more than 80 percent of veterans' claims for Gulf War-associated illnesses.
It's Official: The Marines Have Their First Female Infantry Officer
by Hope Hodge Seck
A female Marine lieutenant quietly crossed one of the last remaining hurdles for women in the service Monday.
Air Force's Newest Gunship AC-130J Ghostrider Almost Ready for Combat
The Air Force plans to declare its newest gunship, the AC-130J Ghostrider, ready for combat, or IOC, this month.
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.