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Plan My Move Info Paper


Background

Plan My Move, available through Military OneSource, fulfills the requirement of Public Law 101-189 by providing automated relocation information to military personnel and their families and a system to help families organize their moves. Plan My Move is a fully customizable relocation tool providing to-do lists, lists of important telephone numbers and links to more than 90 individual moving tasks with installation information and important points of contact.

Key features

  • Plan My Move is an online moving tool that helps service and family members organize their moves. By providing a current duty station, future duty station and moving date, Plan My Move generates a three-month calendar with general and installation-specific information related to a military move.
  • The customizable calendar can meet the needs of any family situation. Tasks can be added, removed or modified, and the length of the calendar can be changed from three months to one month or two years. To customize the calendar, a user creates a password and email address. Email alerts set by the user are sent as reminders.
  • Plan My Move provides a detailed outline of the moving process, breaking it down into manageable steps. This resource is especially useful to family members or service members who are completing their first permanent change of station move and those who need help remembering all the details associated with a move.
  • Users can download and print complete or customized booklets of information.

Eligibility

All active-duty, National Guard and Reserve members (regardless of activation status), retirees, family members and civilians are eligible to use these services.

Program availability

Plan My Move is available online at any time.

Additional information

Plan My Move is available at http://planmymove.militaryonesource.mil


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