Father’s Day is just around the corner! Have you gotten the Dad’s in your life gifts yet? If you haven’t (or even if you have), check out these awesome Father’s Day gifts.
You may have seen your service member‘s CAC (military ID) before, which allows them to get on base, view their email, get into certain buildings or areas, and more. Did you know that you as a spouse should get your own ID card? Who can get a military ID card? Military ID’s for dependents, also
One of the hardest struggles about being a military couple is staying connected through the frequent separations and time apart. Nothing can prepare you for the pain of being away from your spouse. Heartache is an unwanted weight, and it is frequently held by military spouses.
This has been one of the hardest posts to write. Mostly because my diagnosis is still my reality, not something I have overcome or “gotten over”. It has been so easy to see the bad. SO easy. But seeing the light through the struggles has helped me immensely. In college, I finally decided that it
BAH stands for Basic Allowance for Housing. It is given separately from your monthly or bimonthly income, and is designed to partially cover housing expenses. Who is eligible to receive BAH? All service members stationed permanently at a duty station/base in the United States can receive BAH. This is the same for all branches. If
Here is your basic guide to the Air Force Key Spouse program! Read what it is, how to find your Key Spouse, how to become one yourself, and more. What is the Key Spouse Program? The Key Spouse program is an Air Force program designed to promote readiness, create a community for AF spouses and
This is for the brand new military spouse: I see you and was once where you are now. If it seems overwhelming or scary, I get it. You are allowed to feel all the feelings, good and bad, about becoming a military spouse. You CAN do this! And it is also absolutely ok to have