Today the Department of Defense released its first annual report on military family suicide. Here’s what we know and what we can do about it.
NMFA Announces Ashish Vazirani As New Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer Alexandria, VA — The National Military Family Association Board of Governors is delighted to announce Ashish S. Vazirani as the organization’s new Executive Director and Chief...
NMFA Celebrates the Retirement of Longtime Executive Director Joyce Wessel Raezer By Shannon Prentice, Content Development Manager The National Military Family Association bid a fond farewell and sent its best wishes to longtime Executive Director Joyce Wessel Raezer...
Most Americans understand how important it is to support our troops. But NMFA believes it’s important to support their 2.8 million family members, too. Here’s how our programs help:
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