Military programs are governed by federal law, Department of Defense policy and additional policies specific to the branches of service. The below are the excerpts from federal law that govern deployment assistance programs in the military.
Chapter 88 of Title 10, United States Code, "Military Family Programs and Military Child Care," February 1, 2010. This legislation provides authority to the Office of Family Policy to coordinate programs and activities of the military departments and to make recommendations to the secretaries of the military departments regarding military family programs. It also establishes online resources providing comprehensive family program information for service members and their families.
If you are looking for ways to cut costs but not cut down on the fun during a deployment, take a look at these great facilities across the country available to you through Morale, Welfare and Recreation.
If you're facing a current or impending deployment, that's likely the first thing on your mind. But don't forget the tax filing deadline is only a few weeks away. No need to despair, Military OneSource has help just a call or click away. Check out these resources to help you file your 2014 taxes today.
This presentation will discuss the work-life balancing act through understanding unbalance, personal health effects and organizational impact. Hear strategies that lay the groundwork for finding personal work-life balance. This presentation is appropriate for those who are seeking life balance, as well as employers, supervisors and managers who are trying to retain and strengthen their workforce.
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