As the spouse of a service member you may have additional questions or need support. We know that family members also serve through their dedication and support of our troops.We are here to help!
Part of your job as a military spouse will probably be the shopping. This doesn’t just mean shopping for you but shopping for the entire family. This can be fun, but it can also be stressful. Read below and find how ways to enjoy the benefits of smart shopping.
A major concern of service members with families is whether they have enough life insurance. Learn more about that and other benefits you may be eligible to receive.
Dealing with the death of a family member is never easy, but surviving family members are entitled to certain benefits that can help ease financial difficulties.
A former spouse of a servicemember has a right to receive military benefits so long as he/she meets the criteria.
Information and links about discounts and deals for members of the U.S. Armed Services and U.S. Military veterans including vacation destinations.
Your main form of communication with your soldier during basic training is through letters and postcards.
Each military branch has different rules regarding paternity leave. What is consistent across all branches is that married soldiers who are new dads now can take 10 days of nonchargeable leave time.
Military rank is more than just who salutes whom. Military rank is a badge of leadership.
Learn the Military Alphabet or use our widget to convert text to the phonetic alphabet used by the U.S. Military.
There are thousands of Military Acronyms in use today. Use our acronym finder to learn the lingo used by the U.S. Army.