Lance Cpl. Stacy Hunt, Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 363 maintenance specialist, spends one last moment with her husband Sunday, before departing to Helmand province, Afghanistan, for a seven-month deployment.
Family & Relationships
3 Things To Know About Long-Distance Relationships In The Military
A relationship expert lays out what to do before entering into a long-distance relationship in the military.
A photo from 1957 shows Arby L. Hambric in the front row, aboard the heavy duty cruiser USS Los Angeles CA-135.
A Navy Veteran’s Story Of Brotherhood During The Jim Crow Era
Though Arby Hambric faced discrimination as a black sailor, shared service proved to be a stronger bond than skin color.
First Sgt. Brian McKay, from Somersworth, N.H., of C Company, 3rd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, of the New Hampshire National Guard, shares a laugh with Sen. Kelly Ayotte on  May 4, 2014.
When It Comes To Military Humor, Go Easy On The Jargon, Bro
Military life is filled with hilarious moments. Here’s how you can make that translatable to those who never served.
U.S. Army Pfc. Patrick Camp, left, and Spc. Thomas Garrard, both truck drivers attached to the 2025th Transportation Company, share a few laughs as they wait to transport M1 Abrams tanks from Contingency Operating Base Speicher to Forward Operating Base Taji, Iraq, Nov. 3, 2009.
5 Opinions On Military Life That Change When You Become A Veteran
When you go from active-duty to being a veteran, sometimes the way you see certain things change.
Kt Rodgers holds her boyfriend, Airman Lance Humes’ hand at the Alamo in San Antonio, April 6, 2013. Humes graduated Air Force Basic Military Training the day before, along with over 700 other Airmen, from Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nesha Humes/ Released)
Family & Relationships
How To Keep Your Relationship Strong When At Least One Of You Is In The Military
Keeping a relationship happy and healthy when at least one of you is in the military isn’t always easy. Here’s how my husband and I do it.
A soldier from the 36th Infantry Division, Texas Army National Guard observes a section of the Rio Grande River at sunset in support of Operation Strong Safety.
Joining the Military
The Reality Of Being In The Military ‘For Life’
Being in the military “for life” is more than a career choice; it's a lifestyle choice.