On Thursday, March 21, 2019, the National Military Family Association will join Veterans Education Success and five other veteran and military service organizations to reaffirm the protections for America’s military-affiliated students in the pending re-authorization of the Higher Education Act.
Military families living in privatized housing are still experiencing health and safety troubles as a result of substandard home conditions.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to give your military kid a free week of overnight summer camp.
Some military families may be affected by new changes made to tax filing, including ways to streamline the process and new deductions and credits for families with children.
NMFA Calls on Congress to End Substandard Military Housing The military has failed to take care of its people. Thousands of military families now face unlivable conditions in privatized military housing nationwide. In a statement submitted to the Senate Armed Services...
Substandard living conditions for military families on bases around the country continue to cause health risks, but many complaints are going unanswered by the Services and private contractors.
Thousands of federal employees, including Uniformed Service members, are without pay, as the government shutdown enters week three.
Thank You, Secretary Mattis from NMFA ED Joyce Raezer Secretary Mattis, Today we heard news of your resignation as Secretary of Defense (SECDEF). In your letter of resignation to the President, you set out a list of positions you believe critical to the success of our...
TRICARE is now giving military families the option to choose which health care plan is right for them and make the switch during their first ever Open Enrollment Period.
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Military Family Month! Each year, the President of the United States proclaims November as Military Family Month, a time to graciously reflect on and honor the contributions and sacrifices made by the family members of our...