Military members and their families pursuing college degrees have multiple ways to save money on tuition, books, and even their cost of living.
The Bennetts are an Air Force family of six being honored during Military Family Appreciation Month for their incredible sacrifices.
“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.
She put her life on hold to be by Taylor’s side during rehabilitation. But because the pair aren’t married, Danielle isn’t afforded any of the educational benefits other military spouse caregivers are entitled to.
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