We all know it – between frequent moves, maintaining the household during a service member’s deployment, and providing strength and support to the e..
For many of us, tax season comes with a sinking feeling. The incomprehensible forms, piles of documents to sort through, and the unwelcome prospect ..
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.
Yesterday we covered how we determine our legislative focus for the year. Today, Part 2 in our series on explaining our priorities for 2013.
It’s always nice to know you have someone in your corner, someone you can count on who understands where you are coming from, someone who knows what..
Ten years ago, the National Military Family Association heard the same thing over and over from military parents: “How can we help our kids deal wit..
Last week I attended the Congressionally-mandated Department of Defense (DoD) Military Family Readiness Council (MFRC) meeting. Our Association has ..
The same story is told throughout military communities and within military support systems—military spouses are hard pressed to find employment. PCS..
It’s a strange notion, but new things make us think about the old. There’s nothing wrong with looking back! It gives you a stronger perspective for ..
When you are welcoming a new baby, caring for an ill family member, or struggling with an illness yourself, your job is probably the last thing on y..