The life of a military spouse is no doubt unique. Deployments, life-changing and last-minute moves and that feeling like your isolated on an island are just a few reasons. Nobody truly understands until they’ve been through it. If you’re looking for movies you can truly relate to, here are 9 good ones.
The U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys Employment Readiness Center hosted its first local recruiter job fair at the Morning Calm Center. This job fair was unique in the fact that it was a part of the Military Spouse Hiring Initiative.
Sailors can be reimbursed up to $500 to cover the cost of their spouses’ professional licenses or certifications if an assignment requires them to move to a different state, the Navy announced this week.
If you live or work on Yokosuka Naval Base, you most likely look out over Tokyo Bay at some point during your day. Have you ever peered down into that green, murky water and thought about what lies below the surface?
You made the decision to go back to school and retool. Good on you. But you are a military spouse. You and your service member have the rent, a car loan, some credit card debt and maybe only one income.
How do you pay for college when you haven't got a dime?
Every year, thousands of military spouses follow their partners to new duty stations across the United States or overseas. They move their life with them, but often that does not include their careers.
Most service members and their families will see a reduction in their tax bills this year, but there are a number of changes in U.S. federal tax laws that they need to be aware of, said Army Lt. Col. Dave Dulaney, the executive director of the Pentagon’s Armed Forces Tax Council.
The time has never been more right for a snack, or two. Accessing your standard go-tos from back home is sometimes not possible. Besides, living overseas gives you a great opportunity to broaden your snack routine.