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Month of the Military Child
Home > Child Youth and School Services > Month of the Military Child

April 1, 2015
Source: www.army.mil

April is Month of the Military Child, 30 days set aside to honor the contributions, strength and service of children in the military community. "These children have sacrificed their lives," said Lana Muzzy, Parent and Outreach director for Child, Youth and School Services. "They move around all the time and support deployed parents. Our job is to celebrate these children and to show our pride," she added.

April 1, 2015
Source: www.army.mil

April is Month of the Military Child, 30 days set aside to honor the contributions, strength and service of children in the military community.

April 9, 2014
Source: www.army.mil

Move over Richard Simmons and "Sweating to the Oldies."

April 7, 2014
Source: www.army.mil

Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall kicked off the Month of the Military Child with a pinwheel parade to raise awareness about child abuse prevention April 1.

April 1, 2014
Source: www.army.mil

Installation Management Command Child Youth and School Services celebrates the Month of the Military child with the Young Lives, Big Stories contest.

March 28, 2013
Source: www.army.mil

This year's theme, "Proud, Ready and Resilient" highlights the ability of military children to adapt to the challenges of the military lifestyle.

April 3, 2013
Source: http://www.army.mil

Since 1986, Army installations around the world recognize the sacrifices and applaud the courage of military children by celebrating the Month of the Military Child.