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Since 1986, Ms. Reisch has lovingly provided over 4200 hours of volunteer service to the military community at Fort Knox and overseas while serving with her military spouse. Kyu began her volunteer service with Army Community Service (ACS) in June 1986 as a Korean translator, having completed 98 hours before transferring with her husband to Bamberg, Germany. She continued to serve in ACS completing 154 hours while also volunteering with the Bamberg Recreation Center and the Family Support Group of 2nd Armored Cavalry Div, where she received the Order of the Yellow Ribbon. Kyu and her husband returned to Fort Knox where she continued her ACS service as a translator in July 1989.

2005 Emma Marie Baird Award For Outstanding Volunteer Service in ACS

Tips to help with a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) move.

The Do-It-Yourself (DITY) move offers an alternative to commercial household goods carriers, making it easy for Army families to earn some extra cash and reduce the stress by guaranteeing that their household goods arrive with them at their new duty stations.

Permanent change of stations don't have to be taxing. Army families undergoing a PCS move may be entitled to a federal income-tax deduction for that part of the expenses not reimbursed by the Army.

If you're facing a permanent change of station (PCS), a leaflet published the Army Community Service can help. PCS Tips focuses on questions to ask and things to do before you PCS.

Advocacy group seek to improve relocation issues.


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