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Can Military Connected Women Have It All?

As a working mom, it was an honor and a privilege to moderate a conversation between 4 amazing women at this year’s Leadership Lunch. 446 more words

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A Full Home and a Full Heart, Thanks to 3 Midshipmen

It’s just before Thanksgiving and our house is abuzz with excitement. You can feel it; the anticipation of days off from school, delicious food, and decorating for the upcoming Christmas holiday. 660 more words

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A Way for Student Veterans to Help Their Families

Military service involves more than the person wearing the uniform – families are always a part of that equation.

A team of three University of South Florida psychology doctoral students and a graduate of the School of Social Work are conducting a research study looking at how reintegration affects military veterans and their children. 103 more words


Are Veteran Kids Military Kids, Too?

“I’m a military kid too, right Mommy?” Zana, my 4-year-old asks hopefully. “I want us to be a military family!”

Clearly, I’ve been talking about the National Military Family Association a lot. 372 more words

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MilFams: Win a FREE House Cleaning from Merry Maids!

With a few PCS moves under my belt, this is what’s left of the unpacked boxes inside my house. We moved in a year ago. That’s a win, right? 263 more words

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One Month Isn't Enough: Who Really Cares About Military Families?

Each year, a Presidential Proclamation declares November as Military Family Month. Most years, it doesn’t even make national news. The backbone of our Nation’s military, the supporters behind the uniform, the ones who rise to meet the challenge of serving silently—military families hardly receive a minute of recognition. 495 more words

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Operation Inherent Resolve


For those of you who regularly follow this site, I wanted to update you on the latest page that may be of interest to you. 103 more words