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Finding a place to call home

It’s a common drill in the military that takes place, on average, every 3 years.

10 tips for PCSing with special kids

1. EFMP: If you are active duty be sure you are enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program and have...

Sending love across the ocean: care packages for family and friends

Admiring the beautifully handcrafted items for sale at another European fest, a gorgeous piece of Polish pottery catches my eye.

How to take control of your milspouse career overseas

One of the most important actions spouses can make when they arrive to the new duty station is to take control of their daily routine.

Tips for choosing German utility suppliers

Among all the issues and worries that come with being stationed in Germany, picking utility suppliers is probably not on the top of your list.

How to handle stress

Whether you feel the effects or not, the drastic change of moving overseas causes stress long after the last box is unpacked. Luckily, there are many...

Growing up overseas: A DODEA student story

Growing up as a military civilian kid to two DODEA teachers, my exposure to the US was slim. In fact, my entire upbringing was unique compared to...

Staying connected while overseas

Thanks to today’s smaller, smarter, lighter and faster technology, you can easily stay connected to the people you love and services you’re...

Make Your Final Military Move a Success

No matter the length of your military career, you probably moved at least once.

6 things to know about shipping a car when you move overseas

Overseas orders can be exciting for military families, but you will need to do a little additional work and planning if you are going to take your...

PCSing to the US with a rising kindergartener

If your child is entering kindergarten and you find yourself moving back to the States, here are a few things to keep in mind.

5 ways to help your PCSing friends

“Summertime, and the livin’ is easy,” croons Ella Fitzgerald.

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