We want to encourage spouses to pursue their career dreams and one of the ways we’re able to do so is with our Military Spouse Scholarship Program.
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.
Wow, what a year March was, am I right?! All joking aside: deployments during COVID-19 feel like the worst kind of Groundhog Day–never making forward progress to being reunited.
NMFA calls on Congress to remove BAH from SNAP calculations. Don’t let our military families go hungry.
You can’t turn on a television, social app or even the radio without hearing the words “coronaVIRUS” or “COVID-19”. In 2020 we find ourselves in the midst of a pandemic and to be quite honest, it is scary.
Our family had some PCS hurdles to jump over thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. We were scheduled to move out about 10 days before the travel ban was set into place.
Eighty percent of military-connected school age children attend public schools, and many rely on free and reduced price lunches at school.
From school closures to changes in PCS and co-pays, military families are asking what COVID-19 means for them.
Confused About Military Child Care Changes? Here's What You Need To Know. By: Nicole Russell, Government Relations Deputy Director On Friday, February 21, the Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, issued a new policy change which will give active duty Department of Defense...
“We did it!,” Edie Smith said, clapping her hands as she addressed a room full of friends and supporters. “I’ve been waiting a long time to say that.”