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Planning for a deployment requires the organization of a number of details. But as a MilParent, deployment preparation has an extra, important step — preparing your children for each phase of the deployment cycle (before deployment, deployment and after deployment). Let Military OneSource help you tap into the resources you need to help make your deployment a smooth one for your entire family.
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As parents, we want to be good role models for our children. When word of a deployment comes, you’ll get a chance to show your kids what it takes to be a good guardian of your family.