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Survive and Thrive: Embassy Duty!

After almost 24 years of moving around with my husband, I didn’t think any new assignment would faze me. Then the Air Force sent us to Quito, Ecuador, an assignment without a military base. And we’re not alone—many military families … Continue reading
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 15:00:55 +0000

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Military Families: Living the History of September 11th
September 11, 2001—the day our Nation stood still. The day that seemed as if it would never pass. The day that started the longest war in our country’s history. While families of the 2,996 lost that day grieved for their loved ones, families of those serving grieved for what they knew loomed around the corner.

We Made it to 50! New York Adopts the Interstate Compact
On August 18, a longstanding goal of our Association was reached when New York became the 50th state to adopt the Interstate Compact. Now, all military children in public schools will have a better chance at a smooth transition when they move between school districts and states.

A Not-So-Smooth Move – Now What?
Now that PCS season is winding down, many military families find themselves asking what to do about a move that went less than smoothly. Read on to find resources to help you cope when your PCS moves goes wrong.

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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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