“The biggest challenge I’ve faced as a military spouse in my education journey is that I put the Air Force and my family first,” Tessa told us.
Situated among a beautiful outdoor location along Lake Erie in New York, Pioneer Camp and Retreat Center was the perfect setting for Operation Purple Camp.
A bubbling brook and laughter set the soundtrack for our latest Operation Purple® Buddy Camp hosted at Lazy F Camp and Retreat Center in Ellensburg, Washington.
Today we celebrate America’s 243rd Birthday at the 39th Annual broadcast of A Capitol Fourth concert LIVE from the West Lawn of the Capitol in Washington D.C…and YOU’RE INVITED!
Avery’s dad joined the Navy a few years ago after finding out that the family was expecting Avery’s little brother.
PBS’s Memorial Day Concert will celebrate it’s 30th Anniversary with a star-studded lineup that honors and remembers those lives lost in service to our nation.
One size rarely fits all, and that’s especially true when it comes to education. Even so, parents across the military —and the country —hope for a certain level of assistance when it comes to their children’s education.
“Of course, the teachers and administration want military children to thrive in their schools, but they each have a full plate with their jobs already,” said Army spouse Jennifer Carter.
When your military member has been serving for 20 years, you may approach another PCS move like it’s an old hat.
Military spouses are a very diverse group of people and we should consciously choose to be kind and inclusive towards each other.