Getting Married in the Military | Strong Military Relationships
Making the decision to get married is one of the most significant decisions of your life. Deciding to marry a service member can add an extra layer of complexity. Don’t worry. Military OneSource provides answers to your questions about getting married in the military and guides you from walking down the aisle to connecting to your new service family to keep your relationship military strong.
How to Plan a Military Wedding
There are a lot of details involved in planning a wedding, especially military weddings taking place on an installation.
Your Checklist: Questions to Ask Before Marriage
Thinking of marrying a service member? There are lots of great reasons to marry — and some reasons that may not be strong enough for a lifelong commitment.
Military Couples: When Both Spouses Are Service Members
Families where both spouses are service members have a unique challenge. While the dual-military life is rewarding, time apart can strain communication. Learn techniques to help you balance work and family life so that your relationship thrives. Develop strategies for dealing with stress and sacrifice so that your marriage is strengthened by your and your spouse’s service to the country.
What You Need to Know About Marrying into the Military
If you are marrying a service member, congratulations. You are about to join an elite community of people who have committed to serve their country in a profound and meaningful way.
The Unit Chaplain: Roles and Responsibilities
Chaplains are the military's religious leaders, responsible for tending to the spiritual and moral wellbeing of service members and their families. The chaplain's responsibilities include performing religious rites, conducting worship services, providing confidential counseling and advising commanders on religious, spiritual and moral matters.
How to Decide If It’s Time to Get Married
Deciding to get married is one of the most important decisions a couple will make together.