TRICARE’s supplementary Extended Health Care Option (ECHO) is important for military families with special needs and medically fragile kids. NMFA is working to make it better.
Summer camp may look different this year, but that didn’t stop Operation Purple from bringing the magic and memories of camp to military families at home.
Au pairs are here legally, but the coronavirus pandemic has complicated the process. COVID-19 restrictions have closed U.S. consulate offices abroad.
Pandemic, protest, the threat of active duty military in American streets. Our military community faces new questions and new realities.
TRICARE has updated its telehealth policies so military families can receive audio-video and phone health care. Here’s what you need to know.
This year, we’re all in mourning. Let’s use this time to connect and remember.
Congress failed to include a provision within the HEROES Act that would help military families struggling to make ends meet.
National Military Family Association, Humana Military Support Frontline Families During COVID-19 Crisis
The National Military Family Association and Humana Military join together to support America’s Frontline Families this #GivingTuesdayNow.
In early 2020, a new CDC priority policy was created that put Coast guard families at the end of the priority list. Now, NMFA and Coast Guard families have worked together to fix it.
After serving 28 years in the Air Force, Vietnam veteran Fred Williams can’t hear like he used to. He uses his captioned telephone to stay in touch with family and friends.