Welcome to Military Life: Support Resources for Military Families

If you’ve recently married into the military, or you or your spouse has just joined, you may be feeling both nervous and excited about the future. During the adjustment period, spouses take on new roles, adapt to new schedules and learn new ways of handling many of life’s obstacles.


Travel Restrictions Ease, but May Vary by Location

The Department of Defense is taking steps to preserve force readiness, limit spread and protect lives during the global outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019.

Mrs. Jill La Fave

Mrs. Jill La Fave is the command and key spouse for Air Force Reserve Command’s 22nd Air Force. The Numbered Air Force is headquartered at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia, and is comprised of more than 12,000 Reserve Citizen. …

Ms. Evelyn Honea

Evelyn Honea’s journey as a Navy Spouse started in 1989 when she married her husband James, an E-1 stationed in Long Beach California. The Navy has stationed them in California, Oklahoma, Maryland, Virginia, Korea, Bahrain and Hawaii. Evelyn. …

2022 Month of the Military Child Toolkit

Every April, Military Community and Family Policy collaborates to support and celebrate military children and their parents during Month of the Military Child. Together, we’re featuring resources from across programs to help families discover. …

OCONUS/OVERSEAS Moves – Resources

Your OCONUS, or overseas move may take you to Europe, Asia or another corner of the globe. Living overseas can be one of the most rewarding parts of your military experience, but it can also bring challenges. Fortunately, Military OneSource and. …