Overseas

Willkommen in Deutschland! Welcome to Germany! If you’ve recently arrived, your head may be spinning from a combination of jetlag and the sheer amount of information coming your way.
Growing up as a military kid, you develop a love-hate relationship with moving so frequently. As you get older, it is easy to say that you’ve moved enough and you’re tired of it.
At long last, you’ve landed a final interview for an awesome job overseas.
Something magic happens at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve. Whether the last 12 months have been your best yet ...
As exciting as living in Europe can be, the honeymoon phase tends to fade away for most spouses once they’ve realized how difficult it can be to progress in their career field.
Being away from home during the holidays can be a challenge, but it’s also a great chance to create new traditions and take part and learn your host country’s holiday customs.
First new orders, then movers, then a long plane ride and studying for a driver’s test.
If you experience a medical emergency while you are stationed in England, help can be found nearby, either on base or off.
Homeschooling may appeal to some military families who are concerned that frequent moves and new school systems might disrupt their children's education.
Overseas citizen voters face a specific set of voting challenges, but we provide information and resources so you can successfully vote absentee.
Being stationed overseas does not mean that there is a lack of exciting, educational and entertaining summer activities for school-age kids.
My story doesn’t begin at college day one, mother saying goodbye in the dorm, classes in two days.
When we move to a new duty station, especially one overseas, we know it will take a good three months before we finally start to feel settled.
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 privately owned vehicle, or POV.
Turkey, stuffing, gravy and mashed potatoes — these are the things I think of when I envision Thanksgiving. If you are stationed overseas, why not do Thanksgiving a little differently?