Deployments are something military families learn to cope with. Start with these action steps and you'll find new confidence and independence to get through this time.
Never forget. Never again. It’s something we said in the days following 9/11, and it’s important to continue sharing our stories. I asked some military families what they remember about that day. Here...
Whether it's a new school year or your military kids are moving mid-year, school concerns are part of a PCS move. We’ve got answers and resources to help military families find their best educational ...
A move overseas doesn't have to be career-ending for a military spouse. If working for the DoD as a civilian or military spouse is one of your goals during your time abroad, these tips are for you.
Back to school is here again! But this school year might not look quite like it has in the past-- and that’s totally okay. Whatever happens, we know you can tackle it with grace, grit and gumption.
When returning from an overseas PCS, military families are usually excited to be coming back to their home country. But what if you don't quite fit in like you once did?
Is your family dog allowed in military housing? What can you do if you find your dog’s breed is on the banned breed list at your next duty station?
It's that PCS time of year, and with that comes the 'final out' from military housing! Learn the secrets on how to pass your military housing inspection from a pro.
If you're facing a military move and trying to decide if you should put some of your household goods in long-term storage, here's what you need to know!