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Can I follow my service member with unaccompanied orders?
For anyone dating or married to a military service member, “unaccompanied orders” can be a complicated and frustrating situation. I … Continued
Ways to unwind after your PCS move is finally over
A PCS move might only take a few days of travel, but the process of recovering from a PCS takes … Continued
How to get ready for your first PCS move as a single service member
It’s time for your first PCS move in the military. Maybe the military cut you some really sweet orders to … Continued
As PCS moves stop under Covid-19, soldiers and families can apply to stay at their current duty station longer
"If we can accommodate that, why shouldn’t we?”
DoD adopts strict global travel restrictions to fight coronavirus
The Defense Department has implemented restrictions on where US troops, families, and civilians can go. Here is what you need to know.
11 things to know about flying Space A with kids
If you’re new to Space A flying – or you’re planning your first Space A flight with the kiddos – … Continued
6 Road trip travel hacks for kids
We've all said it: “We'll drive. It won't be that bad.” We picture the adventure, the memories, the nostalgia of … Continued
Need to Vent about Your PCS Nightmare?
WE ALL HAVE OUR SHARE OF HORROR STORIES WHEN IT COMES TO MILITARY MOVING! Name the most disgusting item erroneously … Continued
Rent Versus Buy: Military Families Need to Weigh Their Options
There are any number of reasons why in a given situation renting might be better than buying or vice versa. … Continued
Possible Space A Program Changes for “Gray Area” Military Retirees
While retired military Space A travel is a privilege, there are some retirees that do not have this privilege. There … Continued
What Is a Military Brat?
In a nutshell, a military brat is the child of an active duty service member. Regardless of their parent’s change … Continued
How to PCS with pets
PCSing can bring a whirlwind of emotions for the entire family, and it can be especially difficult for those that … Continued
Moving cars during a PCS
While the average number of cars per family in America has decreased over the past 10 years, there are still … Continued
Should you do the DITY move?
Every military family has thought about doing a Personal Procured Move (PPM) or DITY move at some point along the … Continued