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USAA pays off Marine family’s $14,000 bill from private military housing company
“Overall, we received a lot of shocked responses from service members on social media."
US Marine family billed $14,000 by private military housing company
“I can honestly see no way we could have possibly planned for this scenario."
‘Infested with mold and insects’: Lawsuit sums up how hazardous privatized military housing really is
“These people are beyond slumlords."
Privatized housing company coughs up $1.1 billion for renovations amid military family lawsuits
Lendlease plans to renovate 12,000 homes across Army installations and build 1,200 new homes.
Here are military housing officials’ ‘outrageous’ responses to residents’ concerns
"Just because your husband is deployed doesn't mean we won't kick you out of housing."
Fort Bragg families enter into class-action complaint against base housing provider
Three Fort Bragg families have filed a class-action complaint against the installation's housing partner, claiming their on-post homes have mold, lead-based paint and wood rot
The Pentagon still hasn’t delivered on the major privatized housing reforms it promised
Three of the biggest provisions still haven't been finalized.
Here’s why the ‘Tenant Bill of Rights’ leaves out 3 critical issues important to military families, according to DoD
A DoD official said the privatized housing issue is "not the systemic issue that it sounds like it is."
‘What the hell happened?’ — Lawmakers grill privatized military housing reps on their years of inaction
"We are not going to walk away from this," one tenant said. "And if they think they can stall and this will all lose energy and momentum — that’s not going to happen.”
Lawmakers call out military leaders for misleading families on the new Tenant Bill of Rights
You done messed up.
The Pentagon’s new Tenant Bill of Rights doesn’t include three ‘most critical’ measures
"What I don’t want to do is promise a right that I can’t deliver on," Secretary Esper said on Wednesday.
The new defense bill would create a public database for every complaint made about privatized housing
The NDAA aims at making a total overhaul on privatized military housing.
New report confirms that excusing bad military housing with high occupancy rates is total BS
You didn't really need a fancy report to tell you that.
Military families are suing their private housing provider over ‘rampant mold infestation’ at Fort Meade
"This is not the gold standard. This is no standard at all."
Air Force tells private housing company they have 90 days to get their sh*t together
Fix it or GTFO, basically.
A sprawling new survey says a ‘culture of resilience’ helped US military families weather housing woes for years
"The norm of managing through challenges, no matter their severity, is deeply established in military family life."
New legislation would allow the Pentagon to rescind contracts with companies who provide terrible military housing
"This bill will eliminate the kind of corner-cutting and neglect the Defense Department should never have let these private housing providers get away with in the first place"