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3 Things I Wish I Knew About Military Transition

Before my husband retired from the Air Force, a co-worker asked if I was ready for his retirement. She, an ex MilSpouse, insisted that the...
Nile C. Kinnick seniors Exotica Hall and Jade McGinnis have received partial scholarships to play volleyball in college, McGinnis at Paul Quinn College in Texas and Hall at Carlow University in Pennsylvania. At left is Kinnick assistant principal Craig Maxey; at right is Kinnick principal Dr. Jacqueline Ferguson.  PHOTO COURTESY OF TONY SAN NICOLAS

Girls Volleyball: Ex-Red Devils spikers to take game to college level

In their last official act as volleyball players at Nile C. Kinnick High School, Red Devils spikers Exotica Hall and Jade McGinnis each committed...

Renton Poole, a right-hander who pitched for Kubasaki in 2013-14, has been drafted by the Texas Rangers of the American League.  ERIC GUZMAN/STARS AND STRIPES

Baseball: Former Kubasaki pitcher drafted by Texas Rangers

Kubasaki baseball coach Randy Toor says he would have loved to have kept Renton Poole for his senior year. But now that the hard-throwing right-...

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jess Lewis/Released

Mattis: Naval War College Grads Will Tackle Today's Security Challenges

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Defense Secretary James N. Mattis told this year's U.S. Naval War College graduates, June 15, he is confident they'...

Myron Pullum, with the Veterans Business Outreach Center, is leading an entrepreneurial two-day seminar for transitioning airmen titled "Boots to Business."

'Boots to Business' programs help transitioning airmen into civilians careers as business owners

Part of the Air Force motto states "Integrity first, service before self." And specialized service to the community is what some airmen...

Proud to serve again

Each year our school hosts a Veterans Day assembly and breakfast. After this year’s assembly, a number of students shared how they were surprised...

Graduates of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy’s class of 2018 celebrate at Kings Point, New York, June 16, 2018. Defense Secretary James N. Mattis, the commencement speaker, reminded the incoming Merchant Marine officers to remember the lessons learned at the academy, especially when facing obstacles in the often dangerous and challenging maritime transport industry. U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Alumni photo.

Mattis salutes U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Graduates

WASHINGTON -- The United States needs its Merchant Marine officers to employ discipline, strategic thinking and strong ethics in the often...

Prepare for your Healthcare Transition

While you are in the service, you and your family have health care coverage. The range of health care services is vast, yet your out-of-pocket...

Operation Warfighter Prepares Seriously Ill and Injured Service Members for Civilian Employment

Preparing for a post-military career can start well before separation from service, even if recovering from a serious injury or illness.
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Is Your Next Step Joining the Reserves? Get the Basics

More than one in four active duty service members tell us they intend to join the reserves. It can be a great option for lots of service members...

Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Robert Dawsey attends a script writing class taught by actor Tom Skerritt at the University of Washington. (Sgt. Robert Dawsey)

Army Warrior Care and Transition Advocate helps Soldier get financially fit

Deployments, separation anxiety and credit card debt, are among the many challenges military families may face at some point during their careers...

Fun, football, fantastic!: Commissaries announce ProCamps event sites

FORT LEE, Va. – Eleven military communities will host the 2018 football ProCamps events for boys and girls this summer thanks to groceries sold...

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