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.
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.
As military families, we go through some very unplanned and unexpected events and times in our lives. And although we learn and grow and become more resilient during these times, it doesn’t mean the rollercoaster of life doesn’t still toss us around.
Hunter’s been poked by just over 200 needles in the last six months. Hunter is a Marine Corps kid and a Type 1 Diabetic.
Military members and their families pursuing college degrees have multiple ways to save money on tuition, books, and even their cost of living.
The Bennetts are an Air Force family of six being honored during Military Family Appreciation Month for their incredible sacrifices.
We are honoring a few special military families who serve and sacrifice for our freedom during Military Family Appreciation Month and every month.
Injured warriors gathered for a relaxing getaway with their families at an Operation Purple Healing Adventures in Bainbridge Island, Washington.
November marks the start of Military Family Appreciation Month—the perfect time to remember and honor the sacrifices made by each member of the military family.
Whether it is by necessity or by choice, military families often live off only one income. A recent survey by the Department of the Defense found that 24 percent of military spouses were unemployed.