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Are you moving? Whether it's your first military move or your fifteenth, the Relocation Assistance Program can help you get organized, make smart financial decisions, understand your allowances and manage stress. Use these resources, tools and articles to make your next move a smooth one.

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Father and children packing a box When you receive permanent change of station orders, you're bound to have mixed feelings. You're likely to be excited about the upcoming change and the chance to meet new people and see new places. But you're also likely to feel stressed about the logistics of the move and about helping family members. There are steps you can take and resources available to help you make plans, stay organized, help your children and keep a step ahead while you move.


Holding hands in front of boxes Moving can put a strain on even the strongest of relationships. Not only are you stressed about all the things you need to do, but you also may feel emotional about leaving the place you call home. During the move, it's more important than ever for you and your partner to work together as a team. The following information can help you find ways to keep your relationship strong during the stresses of your next move.


Row of houses with flags on porches With all those military moves and deployments, you know a thing or two about address changes. Filling out your Federal Post Card Application will get you registered and ready to vote absentee no matter where military life takes you. Don't leave your right to vote behind.

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