Deployment and Transition

A few buildings on your installation may predate World War II. Aside from that vintage architecture, military life is constantly changing. Make the most of where you are on your journey — whether just getting started, just getting home or taking your victory lap — be ready for your next step.

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Plan My Deployment

Clear up your questions and make those to-do lists with Plan My Deployment.

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Separating from the Military

Give yourself a head start in civilian life — start your military separation tasks early.

Service provider or leader in need of tools.

New to the Military

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Let us “brief” you on your new life in the military. It will put you “at ease.”

Preparing for Deployment

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We can’t help you fit all that gear into your pack, but count on us to help with deployment-related needs.

During Deployment

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Hang in there. You and your family can survive even the long days of deployment with these resources.

After Deployment

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Homecomings don’t always look like the movies. Find everything here that Hollywood forgot to mention.

Separating from the Military

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You have some big decisions to make about where to go and what to do next. Start here.

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