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Are Veteran Kids Military Kids, Too?

“I’m a military kid too, right Mommy?” Zana, my 4-year-old asks hopefully. “I want us to be a military family!” Clearly, I’ve been talking about the National Military Family Association a lot. And our recent trip to New York for … Continue reading
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Officers from the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) began treating patients at the newly opened Monrovia Medical Unit (MMU), a 25-bed field hospital built by the U.S. military to treat health care workers who have ebola.

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There are hundreds of options, and lots of pressure, to successfully navigate the transition from active duty to civilian life—from finding affordable health care, to life insurance, a new job for the service member (and maybe the military spouse). While there are a plethora of resources to help the service member separate, there are few resources to help military families bridge the gap.

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MyMilitaryLife is a new app created by the National Military Family Association to help military spouses navigate the many adventures of military life.

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