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This week: From Living on the Streets to Helping the Homeless as a Military Spouse
Long before Patricia Barron was sworn in as head of military community and family policy at the Defense Department, she was well aware of persistent challenges for military families.
If you qualify for permanent and total disability due to a service-connected disability, you could be eligible to pass education benefits to your dependent.
A free, three-day virtual military spouse symposium starts tomorrow, April 27, with the Defense Department and the services bringing together resources to help spouses make the most of their potential in their mobile lifestyle.
Lawmakers on Wednesday launched their latest effort to piece together comprehensive legislation on veterans’ toxic exposure illnesses with the goal of providing a clear path forward by the start of the summer.
Special Operations Command Central now says a curious tweet on its official account was not a hack, as it initially reported on social media.
For the first time in history women were handed an Eagle, Globe and Anchor and made Marines at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.
WWII aficionados around the world can finally let out a yelp of excitement.
A female airman will soon begin formal training to become an Air Force combat controller, the closest any enlisted woman has gotten to breaking that glass ceiling so far.