Family & Relationships
Sons Arrange Purple Heart For 91-Year-Old Father Injured At Iwo Jima
Samuel “Lee” Anderson was wounded three weeks into the fighting.
Family & Relationships
This Texas Man Was A Dirtbag To His Family. When He Died, They Got Their Revenge
The man’s family published what is easily the most brutally honest obituary ever written.
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Family & Relationships
4 Simple Ways To Avoid Screwing Up Valentine’s Day…For Once
Here’s some blunt advice for everyone in a relationship on Feb. 14.
Members of the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Honors and Ceremonial Guard carry a flag and urn during an ash interment ceremony.
Family & Relationships
After 4 Years, Store Owner Returns Priceless Package To Veteran’s Son
The Minneapolis UPS store owner knew how special the package contents were, and kept trying to find the addressee.
Spouses of 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment Marines, shoot M4 rifles at Range 106 during the battalion’s Jane Wayne Day aboard Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, Calif., Oct. 14, 2016.
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Military Spouses Should Enjoy Same Gun Rights As Service Members, Congressman Says
A new bill would exempt spouses from state residency requirements.
Pinwheels were planted at the Child Development Center by children of Team Seymour during a “Pinwheels for Child Abuse Prevention” event, April 1, 2016, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina. Along with the pinwheels planted at the CDC more than 300 pinwheels were planted in the base’s pinwheel garden located by the main gate in support of child abuse prevention.
Family & Relationships
Child Abuse: Another Consequence Of 15 Years Of War
The Pentagon has struggled to deal with the cascade of child abuse and neglect cases in military families in the years since America went to war in Iraq and Afghanistan, a Los Angeles Times/Tribune Washington Bureau investigation has found.
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Mother Devastated After Dead Soldier’s Ring Stolen From Grave
Her late husband had given the ring to her son before he deployed.
A family cries while watching the departure of the 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team depart after their deployment ceremony in Burlington, Vt. on Jan. 8, 2010.
Family & Relationships
Military Families Are Still Suffering From High Operational Tempos
The annual military lifestyle survey says financial issues and strains on family life remain the major concerns of service members.