MilitaryOneClick in the News…Suicide Prevention

MilitaryOneClick Teams Up for Suicide Prevention Washington DC (PRWEB) September 27, 2012 MilitaryOneClick teams up with organizations and bloggers to share resources and information for suicide prevention. September is suicide prevention month and MilitaryOneClick has launched their Health and Wellness section, which includes military and non-military resources for anyone who has thoughts or concerns of […]

Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month: Seeking help for those close to you

Every September, the Department of Defense observes National Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month. According to (, Pentagon statistics showed that, “an average of one military suicide occurred each day in the first six months of 2012.” It is the highest rate for the military in 10 years. In July of this year, the Army […]

5 Social Networking Tips for Military Members

Here’s a scary war story: In 2007, when a fleet of new AH-64 Apaches arrived at a base in Iraq, several soldiers snapped shots of the choppers. Those images made their way online — along with the invisible metadata that gave away the compound’s precise location. Armed with that information, insurgents launched a mortar attack […]

Program Eases Voting for Military Families

With Election Day just seven weeks away, federal voting officials want to ensure that service members and their families are prepared for their votes to be counted. The Federal Voting Assistance Program has made the voting process easier than ever for Americans serving overseas, Pam Mitchell, the program’s acting director, says. The website includes a […]

Dr. Bill Bennett introduces Paul Ryan at Values Voter Summit

MIlitaryOneClick President Jennifer Pilcher with Dr Bill Bennett

Dr. Bill Bennett, author, talk show host and former Secretary of Education gives a hilarious and heartfelt introduction to his former intern, long time colleague and friend, Paul Ryan on Friday, September 14th at the Family Research Council, Values Voter Summit Washington DC. After Paul Ryan took the stage, he thanked Dr. Bennett stating,”…I lost my […]

Donkeys, Elephants and Votes, Oh My!

If you’ve been tuned into the news for the last two weeks, you’ve probably heard or seen coverage of the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. It’s the time of year where up-and-coming members of both parties rally their constituents and delegates to support their candidate during the presidential election. Like most people, you’re probably glad […]