The Post-9/11 GI Bill has recently become a fiery topic of discussion in military communities, support organizations, and among lawmakers. Proposed legislation would cut in half the housing stipend for dependent children using the transferred benefit, and some organizations are taking a strong stance against the proposal.
When you hear the word scholarship, you probably think about money awarded to help pay for a college degree. At the National Military Family Association, we know that education is far more than just a college degree. And scholarships should cover far more, too.
But what exactly is the Common Core and what does it mean for military families? So what the heck is the Common Core, anyway?
Are you a military spouse and registered nurse? If you are, you’ll know how much stress comes with each PCS move because of the difficulties you’ll encounter transferring your registered nursing license from one state to the next.
Military families, we need your help. Congress believes your access to free health care leads you to overuse it.
Ever wondered why our Operation Purple Program was named with the color purple? Why not Operation Green? Operation Camouflage?
We’ve said for a long time that access to quality, affordable child care is vital for military families; it’s good to see our elected officials have been listening and recognize the importance of this issue.
As a military family you have several resources to help you with your annual tax filing. Find out where you can go for help.
Military benefits took center stage on the Hill March 8, and NMFA was there to make sure families weren’t left out of the conversation.
Last year’s National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) included a provision that significantly impacts thousands of military families’ financial plans.