Soldiers Learn How to Live as Singles
Army Sgt. 1st Class Karen Perry was thrilled to return to Texas to reunite with her boyfriend after she served a yearlong deployment in Iraq. Yet, upon her return stateside her boyfriend provided some bad news. He’d met someone else while she was overseas and he was leaving her that day, she recalled.
Military Spouse Scholarships and Grants
When military members enlist, they are offered college education benefits through the Post 9/11 GI Bill program. But military spouses may also be eligible for certain education benefits because of their status as a military dependent. This includes grant and scholarship programs that can fund the pursuit of a college education, certificate or licensure program.
Five Truths about Military Service
While serving in the military is an honorable career choice, it is not for everyone. Before deciding to join the military, you should examine your reasons for wanting to join and investigate some of the downsides to enlistment.
Military Family Month 2010
We owe each day of security and freedom that we enjoy to the members of our Armed Forces and their families. Behind our brave service men and women, there are family members and loved ones who share in their sacrifice and provide unending support.
The Military Enlistment Contract
You have spoken to the recruiter, you asked all of your questions, you chose your branch of service and now you are ready to enlist. After completing the required steps of the ASVAB, physical and background check, there is one more important step – signing the enlistment contract.
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