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Deployment Basics

Deployment Basics

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Easing Financial Burden During Deployments
[5/28/2005]

This articles discusses the financial challenges sometimes faced during deployments.
Coping with Mobilization, Deployments, and Separation - Tips for the Service Member
[5/28/2005]

Tips for the Service Member to assist with coping with mobilization, deployment and separation. This articles discusses the importance of a family care plan.
Support for the Single Service Member's Family
[12/9/2004]

This article is about support for the parents of single service members, including how to get into the lines of communication. Links to Ombudsmen, Key Volunteers, and LIFELines articles "Singles Deployment Checklist" and "Naval History Highlights."
What is Deployment?
[12/9/2004]

This article is about deployment, and defines several terms associated with it, including "under way," "workup," "WestPac," "Med Cruise," and "unit deployment program." Links to two LIFELines articles, "How to Combat Loneliness" and "The 7 Stages of the Emotional Cycle of Deployment."
Deploying Unit Shows Differences Between Active, Reserve
[11/9/2004]

It is different when a National Guard unit deploys.

The "total force" includes active duty and reserve component service members. And while the missions that like units go on are identical, there are differences in the way active duty and reserve components deploy. These differences were apparent at the Feb. 12 deployment ceremony for the 30th Heavy Separate Brigade. The unit is the first National Guard combat brigade to deploy since the end of World War II.

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