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Surviving Deployment

Surviving Deployment

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Grace and Guts: Getting Through Separations and Deployments
[5/28/2005]

Getting Through Separations and Deployments takes positive communications skills and a little work. Every relationship encounter disagreements but successful couples learn how to resolve them without being hurtful.
How to Cope With Sudden Deployments
[5/28/2005]

Although we understand that sudden deployments may come quickly, it doesn't make them any easier. This article gives some deployment strategies to help you through the challenges.
Employed During Deployment: The Stay-behind Parent's Guide
[5/28/2005]

The Stay-behind Parent's Guide details some considerations to balance home and work during a spouse's deployment.
Fighting Fair: How to Win the War by Sometimes Losing the Battle
[12/9/2004]

Most military couples agree that homecoming is the best part of deployment. Learn how to adjust to disagreements, especially upon return from deployment, by utilizing coping strategies.
Strategies to Prevent Loneliness
[12/9/2004]

More than likely, you will feel lonely when your spouse is deployed. However, you can deal with it and even turn it into a positive by volunteering in the military or civilian community, getting a part-time or full-time job, playing sports, going to school, joining a family support group, or even teaching a class.
News You Can Use: Staying Informed During Deployments
[12/9/2004]

The separation of deployment is hard enough on its own. Add in the fact that communications are limited and you feel like your loved one is on another planet. Learn how to stay informed of events while your service member is deployed.
Meeting Deployment Milestones: A Survival Guide
[12/9/2004]

Couples can prepare a survival plan for deployments by setting goals to help them meet each of the milestones along the way. Ideas for goals are given.
Maintaining the Healthy Lifestyle You Began During Deployment
[12/9/2004]

Just because your spouse is returning from deployment doesn't mean unhealthy eating has to return as well. Learn how to develop a lifestyle plan to help you and your spouse eat healthy to maintain and/or lose weight and get exercise.
Remarks by the First Lady to the Fort Hood Women's Conference
[11/9/2004]

MRS. BUSH: Thanks a lot. Thank you very much. I'm the one that should be applauding you. Thank you all very, very much. Thank you, Beth, for your warm welcome. And thanks to the members of the conference board for organizing this great conference. Thanks also to Mrs. Meigs, who will be your keynote speaker later. Thank you for letting me -- is she up here? Oh, there she is -- share the stage with you. Thanks a lot.
Protecting Personal Property During Deployment
[12/21/2004]

Protecting Personal Property During Deployment
Reactions to Deployment
[12/21/2004]

Reactions to Deployment
Strengthening Your Marriage, Even During Deployment
[12/21/2004]

Strengthening Your Marriage, Even During Deployment
The 7 Stages of the Emotional Cycle of Deployment
[12/21/2004]

The 7 Stages of the Emotional Cycle of Deployment
Wolfowitz Meets with Families of Deploying Soldiers
[11/9/2004]

When the 14,000 soldiers of the 1st Infantry Division deploy from Germany in the coming month, they will leave about 25,000 family members in various German cities.
Changing Tickets Without Penalties
[11/9/2004]

The current pace of military operations has resulted in short-fuse changes in orders and deployments for many military personnel. Adjusting personal travel arrangements to accommodate new orders can be complex and time-consuming, but it doesn't need to break the budget. Many airlines will waive the penalties associated with reservation changes made in response to military requirements. Some offer reduced fares to family members and caregivers traveling as a result of their military sponsor's deployment. However, in order to qualify for waivers or special fares, the service member will need to provide a hard copy document or printed email to verify that the changes are made in response to military requirements.

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