Photo courtesy of: U. S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 1st Class William R Goodwin. Story by:Naval Supply Systems Command Global Logistics Support SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- In a message released March 24, Naval Supply Systems Command Global Logistics Support (NAVSUP GLS) advised Sailors and family members that peak season for household goods (HHG) moves will run from May 15 to August 31 this year. During this time, almost 55 percent of all Department of Defense household goods moves for the year will be executed. Sailors expecting to move during this time should prepare as early as possible. This... read more
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I remember two things from Mothers Day last year: Cuddling with my baby boy Wondering how much my husband had spent on my gift Pretty sad right? To say our budget last year was tight is an understatement . It really puts a damper on things when you wonder if youcan even afford that lunch with your mom or not. Luckily this year our story has changed, we have successfully budgeted our finances to get ahead and plan for holidays. I can go ahead and enjoy that lunch and not have to worry about what my hubby gets me (I hope it’s a massage!) After all, unless you are literally living on nothing, yo... read more
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Exchange Celebrates Month of the Military Child with Giveaways by Army & Air Force Exchange Service Public Affairs DALLAS – For military children, there is no “hometown,” only home: the United States Armed Forces. Despite constant moves, school changes and goodbyes to best friends, military children stand resilient in the face of challenge. To honor this sacrifice and dedication, the Exchange is offering three sweepstakes in celebration of Month of the Military Child. Through April 29 , the Exchange will be putting $4,000 in gift cards up for grabs during the Month of the Military Child Givea... read more
Exchange’s You Made the Grade Program Rewards Military Students’ Achievements by Army & Air Force Exchange Service Public Affairs DALLAS – For 17 years, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s You Made the Grade program has been a cornerstone of military life. Now, students who participated in the program as children are passing it on to another generation of military students—and the Exchange is ready to honor their achievements . In recognition of military students who excel, the Exchange is rewarding high-achieving scholars in first through 12th grades who maintain a B average or better wi... read more
Caregiving Resource to Continue at Reduced Military Fee By Terri Moon Cronk DoD News, Defense Media Activity WASHINGTON, March 27, 2015 — The Defense Department’s contract with the Sittercity Corporate Program for military families’ caregiver needs will expire July 31, but the service will remain available at a discounted military fee, Pentagon officials said yesterday. DoD contracted with the database service in 2010 when U.S. service members were frequently deployed during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Then a free service for military families, the database offered caregiver options from b... read more