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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Good news for you: Being a military spouse can actually make some parts of going back to school easier.
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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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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