Military Spouses will now be eligible to use the Yellow Ribbon Program thanks to new Post 9/11 GI BILL changes.
Military life doesn’t define you YOU define you. You are more than your service member’s career. YOU are More Than a Spouse!
Where will YOU move when you leave the military? 5 locations to consider.
Our marriage survived 20 years of military life-only to fall apart less than a year after he retired, Karen, an Army spouse, shared. I’m still trying to figure out where it all went wrong.â
When planning a vacation at bargain-basement prices, most people budget for three key expenses–lodging, food, and airfare–since they usually make up the bulk of money spent.
The Navy recently announced they’re extending the maximum time in grade by two years for E-4 through E-6, starting August 1.
Divorce is hard for any family. When children are involved, it can quickly move from unfortunate to heartbreaking, especially when figuring out custody arrangements. With no standard laws addressing the challenges of military life, like constant relocations, military families often struggle more with child custody than their civilian peers.
You’ve packed your boxes, said your good-byes, and tendered your resignation. You may already be searching for a new job at your next destination, but also might be worried about the financial strain that lies ahead if you don’t find one right away.
With the school year coming to a close and PCS season in full swing, many military families are looking for cost effective ways to usher in those summer days.
The US Chamber of Commerce Foundation unveiled their survey results on Military Spouses in the Workplace at the Hiring Our Heroes (HOH) Military Spouse Employment Summit in Washington DC on June 14.