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The Defense Department provides a wide variety of resources and services to help you organize your move and get settled in your new location. Making a PCS move can mean you’ll have to find a new place to live, new schools, new services and more. You and your family will have a number of housing options to consider. Military OneSource can help you weigh your housing options, make the most of your allowances and benefits, and connect with community resources.
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