PCSing To Germany?

New Four-Legged Military Kiddos Fees Are Coming. Thank you to Bobbi Pack from MyMilitarySavings for this great PCS pet information! Are you PCSing to Germany? Do you have four-legged military brats you need to bring with you? According to www.eur.army.mil when a service member and their four-legged friend arrive in Germany for assignment they will […]

MilitaryOneClick Podcasts

Fire and Adjust If you have ever wondered what it would be like to start your own home based business or if you are budding entrepreneur, then be sure to catch this interview and new segment connecting military entrepreneurs worldwide. Our goal is to provide motivation and communication strategies to build your ideal business. You can […]

Your Food Guide For Your Next PCS

Thank you to Bobbi Pack from MyMilitarySavings for these great tips! Well…here we go the end of the line has started…yes you guessed it we are officially 10 days out from the movers arriving at our door.  I am trying to get everything ready for the PCS, but there is only one small thing I am […]

President Obama to Award Medal of Honor

The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release May 19, 2014 On June 19, 2014, President Barack Obama will award Corporal William “Kyle” Carpenter, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret), the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry.  Corporal Carpenter will receive the Medal of Honor for his courageous actions while serving as an Automatic […]

Retirement Income and Financial Planning for Active-Duty Military

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  In return for 15, 20 or more years of patriotic service and sacrifice, active-duty service members enjoy a retirement income plan that’s among the very best in any occupation.   Retired pay, the military’s version of a pension plan, has three powerful features. It is:   Guaranteed for life. Adjusted annually for inflation. Available […]

PCSing With Kids

PCS season is here!  Thank you to Kara Pieraccini from Ramblings of a Marine Wife for these great tips on PCSing with kids.   PCSing with kids is never easy. The two times I’ve done it, it’s been overseas.   When the kids and I moved to Okinawa, they were 5 and 19 months. They […]