“What if we were stationed in an anti-choice state?”
We’re No Different: The Story of Bree & Peg Fram
In the most recent of times, the spouses of transgender service members are being welcomed into the military spouse circle. Peg Fram opened up to MilSpouseFest about her journey.
Memorial Day for a Gold Star Family
MilSpouseFest spoke with Erica Brophy about the loss of the love of her life and the grieving process that turned into a project to help fellow Gold Star Families—those whose loved ones died serving their country.
What We Already Know is Official
Separation, military spouse employment, children’s education, family building, and finances are some of the biggest issues currently affecting military families according to the latest Blue Star Families survey.
Spouses React to Russian-Ukrainian Conflict
Violence, desperation, and chaos have consumed the region as the Russia-Ukraine war is nearing the two-week mark. Military spouses are watching, waiting and most of all, worrying.
Taking Ownership of “Dependa”
Ashley’s advice for all military spouses is try and find humor in everything.
Divorce in the Military
The harsh reality is, a military marriage doesn’t always end happily ever after.
The struggles of Military Spouses of color
The life of a military spouse has its highs and lows. Separation from your spouse, moving and raising children alone are some of the most obvious challenges. Imagine facing those obstacles while experiencing racism at work and in your community. Chiara “CC” Thomas shares her story with MilSpouseFest, full of ups and downs, about how […]