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February and March

The Non-Medical Counseling Program office is excited to continue its series of webinars hosted and archived on Military OneSource. These webinars, which are based OSD approved presentations, are presented by subject matter experts and are intended for service members, their families, and military service providers. 112 more words

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  • On Wednesday 24 February, Simmons & Simmons are holding their LGBT in the City event in London. Find out more and register for tickets…
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February is National Black History Month

February is National Black History Month, dedicated to honoring the contributions of African Americans who work to keep the country safe. As the nation marks the 40th year of the observance, President Barack Obama issued a proclamation to urge Americans to reflect on the sacrifices African Americans have made for generations. 15 more words

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Elections 2016: Americans Can Vote - Wherever They Are

Election Day, Nov. 8, 2016, is fast approaching. No matter where MFLCs may be on assignment, registering to vote and getting your absentee ballot is simple, fast and easy. 127 more words

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Elmo videos and book help military families transition

Sesame Workshop has launched “Sesame Street for Military Families: Transitions.”

The initiative highlights positive aspects of transition, while acknowledging the difficulties and giving concrete tips from parents and children who are going through the changes. 100 more words

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Does your passport expire in 2016?

The State Department is strongly recommending that if you have a United States passport expiring any time in 2016, renew it now!

As we shared with you in an email last week, states with non-compliant drivers licenses in accordance with the Real ID Act will need an alternative form of identification such as a passport. 155 more words

MHNGS Updates

Statement on Marine Helicopter Tragedy

Image: Bullit Marquez/Associated Press

By Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, Washington, D.C., January 20, 2016

Our hearts go out to the loved ones and family members of 12 Marines missing since an apparent helicopter collision off the coast of Hawaii last week. 177 more words

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