“Think outside the box, take real risks and work together to make big bold commitments.” I’m 11 and this is my family way of life, this is our milit..
There are many ways to help children deal with the stress they may be feeling due to the deployment of a parent. Suggestions such as keeping a journ..
Do you enjoy moving? Some people might say no, but I love it!! Since I am a military child, I get the opportunity to live many different places, som..
Spring is the time of year high school seniors anticipate college acceptance letters and parents discuss how to pay the hefty tuition bill. Accordin..
I was born into the military. My dad is a West Point graduate, and for most of my childhood I was the only one in my class who had immediate family ..
Every military family knows that moving is just a fact of life. My own family has moved more times than I care to count and my children, who are now..
What’s the best thing about being a military kid? Some might say seeing new places, some might say making new friends, and some might even say learn..
In 1986, when Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger designated each April as “The Month of the Military Child,” could he have imagined how relev..
Military families face tough decisions when selecting a higher education program. Location, scholarships, standardized tests, getting accepted, and ..
One of the key factors to pursing your educational goals is to decide how you will pay for your education. Military spouses have several opportuniti..