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.
As a military spouse, you need to find a career that works around your life, not the other way around.
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Chances are, if you are a military spouse, you
have felt some level of stress and anxiety when your husband or wife is about
“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.
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.
The Power Family moved from New Mexico to Virginia between their oldest son’s first and second-grade years. But the move had its challenges in the classroom.