September marks the start of Suicide Prevention Month, with today being World Suicide Prevention Day—a time when to reflect on the lives taken too s..
In the middle of the Pocono Mountains, families are learning to survive–and not just in the wilderness. Wounded, ill, and injured service members..
The military changes people, and when that change is physical the adjustment can be especially difficult. When I first met Dave, he used to run to t..
September 11, 2001—the day our Nation stood still. The day that seemed as if it would never pass. The day that started the longest war in our countr..
For Tanya Abbas, being a military spouse is more than just dealing with deployments and packing up her home every three to four years to move to the..
Summer may be winding down, but there are still some awesome opportunities for your military family to take one last trip, and attend one of our Ope..
Today, many military spouses are taking on a new role besides wife and mom. That new unexpected role is called caregiver. Never in a million years d..
Each November the military Services observe Warrior Care Month to honor the service and sacrifice of wounded, ill, and injured service members, and ..
More than a million military caregivers serve our Nation every day by helping their Wounded Warriors do things many of us consider simple: eat, bath..
This is Part 3 of a series explaining the National Military Family Association’s legislative priorities for 2013. Read Part 1 and Part 2 here.