Military OneSource offers many resources to help you plan your PCS or military move. From moving checklists to planning for travel expenses, information about your new community and tips for making moves easier for kids, Military OneSource provides a variety of tools and services to help you master your next move.
Soon, Military OneSource will offer even more moving resources. In an effort to provide one source of access for all your relocation needs, Move.mil is moving to Military OneSource. In the next few months, you’ll be able to access resources and tools available from U.S. Transportation Command here on Military OneSource. As we work toward giving you a single connection point for all your moving needs, you can still use Move.mil to access tools, tips and more.
Use these online planning tools and websites to help you get organized and learn about your new duty station.
Plan My Move is a Department of Defense relocation tool that helps you organize your move and keep it on track. Use Plan My Move to:
MilitaryINSTALLATIONS provides comprehensive information for installations around the world. Find contacts for key programs and services, check-in procedures, local resources, maps, community information and more.
Move.mil is the Official Department of Defense Customer Moving Portal and will remain live through the summer of 2021 to support peak moving season. You’ll see some resources moving onto Military OneSource too, and by the next time your move rolls around Military OneSource will be your one-stop-military-moving-shop.
Whether you’re looking for quick moving tips or comprehensive personal property policy information, these guides can help you find the answers you need.
It’s Your Move is the comprehensive Defense Transportation Regulation personal property guide from the U.S. Transportation Command and the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command. It can help you understand the Defense Personal Property System, your allowances, entitlements, shipment and storage responsibilities, and much more.
Experts are available, both online and in-person, to support you through all phases of the moving process.
Your local transportation office can help you with household goods logistics, such as exploring your different moving options and coordinating your shipments. They can also assist with questions about entitlements and allowances. Use this locator maps tool to find your local transportation office.
Your installation Relocation Assistance Program can help you learn about your new installation, offer assistance with spouse employment options, housing, schools, financial readiness and more. Find out how to put the military’s relocation program to work for you.
If you’re moving overseas, visit Military OneSource OCONUS Moves for more information and resources.
Contact your installation Military and Family Support Center to learn about relocation assistance services — including individual move planning, workshops and briefings — as well as other programs and services to help you balance the demands of military life.
The housing offices at your new installation can help you explore the options in your new location and understand your housing-related allowances. Contact your installation housing office/government housing for information about living on base. Contact the housing referral office/housing privatization for information about off-installation options.
If you’re living in government quarters now, notify your installation housing office/government housing of your projected move-out date.
Use these links to help you access child care programs, education and well-being resources for children, and support for family members with special needs.
If you have a family member with special needs, consultants with the Exceptional Family Member Program can help you make sure your family member’s needs are met during and after your move, especially if your exceptional family member will transfer to a new school. You can also check out the EFMP&Me online tool for information and support anytime, anywhere.
Many installations have a school liaison to serve as a bridge between schools and military families. Your installation’s school liaison can work with your child’s school to minimize the negative consequences of transitions and inform the school about issues related to the education of military youth.
Military Kids Connect is an online community specifically designed for military children ages 6-17 years. It provides access to age-appropriate resources to support children dealing with the unique psychological challenges of military life, including frequent moves.
Questions about moving benefits, entitlements or budgets? We’ve got you covered.
Contact TRICARE to notify them of your move and discuss your options for care at your new location.
Need help transferring your professional license or finding a job in your new location? Use these links to help you get settled.
Military OneSource offers relocation and transition specialty consultations to help spouses during military moves. Consultants can help you create an individualized action plan and identify resources. They can also share information on housing, child care, education, employment and more.
Stay updated on COVID-19 resources by visiting the Military OneSource COVID-19 information page. Look under Guidance From the Government for a link to weekly updates on installation travel restrictions.