This Thanksgiving season, the National Military Family Association would like to share our enduring appreciation for our service members, both home ..
It’s all in a name.
In this case, that name is Joanne Holbrook Patton. Joanne is a fifth generation Army daughter, and was married to the late Majo..
Every generation has a “Where were you when it happened?” event. For my parents, that event was the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. For ..
In an increasingly interconnected world, military families face unique challenges when using social media to connect to loved ones. Maintaining oper..
Each November the military Services observe Warrior Care Month to honor the service and sacrifice of wounded, ill, and injured service members, and ..
Raise your hand if you’ve ever heard the term “OPSEC.”
What about “PII?” Or “PERSEC?”
It’s fairly common for military families to know an arsenal ..
I took note of the uniformed soldiers passing by me in this morning’s airport shuffle. “Thank you,” I said with a nod and a smile. Given that an e..
Military spouses, wake up! The National Military Family Association is trying to hire YOU!
Unfortunately, as a hiring manager for the Association..
November 11 is observed as Veterans Day. Today, we take time to honor America’s veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to s..
When Reagan returned home from service in the Marine Corps, his fiancée, Tiffany, noticed he was on edge and frequently irritable. Although it took ..