This week's question for the Questions and Benefits column comes from a father whose daughter is divorced from an active-duty airman. The problem lies with taking her son to the doctor — it's a big hassle every time she tries to bring her son to the base. Is there a way to fix this problem? For the answer, see the Questions and Benefits column.
How Can a Divorced Military Parent Get on Base?
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