Blog courtesy of Military One Click’s, Rose Holland This past month I had the honor of going to the Baltimore airport to welcome home one of the Soldiers from my husband’s unit. The Soldier’s battalion is based in California so his family could not be there to welcome him home. This Soldier, like many Reserve Soldiers, flew […]
You’ve seen the headlines: The housing market is beginning to stabilize. Home prices are increasing, and much of the U.S. housing market is in recovery.
So if your family receives PCS orders, you might figure it’s a no-brainer to buy a house at your new duty station.
Not so fast.
Story courtesy of guest blogger, Bobbi Pack, from our friends at My Military Savings We have done a PCS many times, across the country and back again. But, when my soldier came home and told me we were PCSing from California to North Carolina I was a little blown away…that is about 3,000 miles. Then […]
Jennifer Pilcher, Founder/President, MilitaryOneClick Military Spouse-Owned Business Success Story Profile Originally posted on Military OneSource On November 14, 2012, MilitaryOneClick, a military spouse-owned small business, was inducted into the Military Spouse Employment Partnership, a targeted recruitment and employment partnership connecting businesses, nonprofits and government agencies with a skilled workforce of military spouses seeking portable, fulfilling […]
Courtesy of our guest blogger, Sarah Peachey Every marriage needs to be strong, but in a military marriage, couples often face many circumstances that can create problems if you let them —time apart, frequent moves, money troubles, raising children alone. No marriage is “prefect” and I’ve had struggles in my own. With a year of […]
Operation Purple camp offers military kids a time to get away and be kids in a stress free environment. Campers ride horses, climb towers, plummet down water slides, and more in a “purple” environment.
Informational Interviews Can Be Key in Job Hunt Posted on Feb 04, 2013 | Category: Family Life This content is provided courtesy of USAA. This is the second in a three-part series about the challenges of transitioning from military to civilian employment. Part 1 | Part 3 By Maj. Alan Brown, military officer advisor, Corporate […]
Book Reviews courtesy of our guest blogger Sarah Peachey Have you been perusing your bookshelf lately looking for something good to read? If you’re craving something military-themed, here are a few books I’ve read that just might be what you’re looking for. Outlaw Platoon — By Sean Parnell It’s difficult for those who haven’t served […]