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Residential Demographics by County for Military Children
DMDC, Updated: September 2012 (“Children by State and Service Component”)
Disclaimer: The DMDC collects and analyzes demographic data on a periodic basis spanning years, like the Economic Census, which occurs every five years, or the U.S. Census, every 10 years. The 2012 data used here is therefore the most current and remains relevant for reporting.
- 0 – 5 age group
- 6 – 12 age group
- 13 – 18 age group
This data is for Military Community and Family Policy, the military Services’ headquarters and designees, and other military organizations to target efforts in meeting the needs of military families.
At this time, zip code information will no longer be provided in order to protect dependent privacy. However, the counties in which children reside will still be published.
Access to the Residential Demographics by County for Military Children report is for authorized users only and requires the use of Department of Defense Public Key Infrastructure authentication in accordance with Department of Defense policy. To register your certificate with the MC&FP Office of Military Community Outreach, click on the first time user button and you will be provided with further instructions.