Military Life 101
Don't know exactly how to get your military spouse and family benefits or want to know more about what they are? Read on.
Military life has a lot of nuts and bolts. You know, the little things that make up just an ordinary day.
While the military will always throw a monkey wrench in any best-laid plans, your career doesn't have to be one of them.
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Military life is not easy, but we've got your back. From marriage to kids and parenting, we have the resources you need.
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It's never too early to start thinking about your transition plan, whether you're a senior officer with 30 years or junior enlisted with less than four.
How can a supportive spouse help her transitioning service member find the career advice he needs?
If a transition is on your horizon, make it easy on your family, your wallet and your peace of mind with these five steps.
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She helps others even as she learns to help herself.