ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, Ill. - Who isn't pinching pennies these days? In fact, many of us have been putting things off in order to save money. One thing you shouldn't put off, though, is becoming prepared for emergencies and disasters.
Active-duty family members who live near some Army installations soon will have an additional option for health care, without traffic, waiting time, expense and frustration that may sometimes be involved with going to on-post medical facilities or TRICARE network providers.
STUTTGART, Germany - Servicemembers face specific challenges after a deployment, but they're not the only ones. Their spouses also have adjustments to make in order to build close family ties after a year of independence.
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On Tuesday, April 12th, first lady Michelle Obama announced “Joining Forces,” an initiative to support the unique challenges faced by troops and military Families.
The Department of Defense announced today the school year 2010/2011 child care fee policy. The policy will adjust fee ranges in child care programs across the services and will be implemented no later than Sept. 30, 2010. Changes will impact families who have children enrolled in DoD child development centers and school age care programs.
The program is designed to foster and sustain effective state and community partnerships with the Army to improve the quality of life for Soldiers and their Families.
FORT JACKSON, S.C. (AP) - The Army is ending a program that helped nearly 3,000 high school dropouts earn high school equivalency certificates and become soldiers.
For retired Capt. Chad Fleming, failure was not an option. The last few miles of the New York City Marathon loomed ahead Nov. 1, as Fleming stopped again to readjust his prosthetic leg.
Members of the New York National Guard will travel to Doornkloof, Gauteng Province, South Africa.