Blog Posts in "Military PCS Resources"

Got Orders? PCS Proof Your Military Child’s School Transition Those PCS order just hit…cue the insanity. If you’re moving with school-aged children, the process just got a whole lot harder. School transitions are super hard! Not only are you moving all of your things and your family, you’re also going to be searching for schools. With so many options out there, it’s a lot to take in. Instead of freaking out, make your child’s school move as seamless as possible! PCS Proof Your Military Child’s School Transitions Now, just like regular PCSing, moving your child’s move easier is never a 100% gu... read more

We were racing around the house, tearing through drawers and ripping clothes off hangers. This deployment provided the least amount of heads up we had received yet; less than twenty-four hours and he was leaving. There was a lot of stress and a lot of holding back tears, but it was a huge relief to know that since this wasn’t our first rodeo, we were at least prepared. The Real Problem… Once he leaves, communication is not guaranteed. Even though wifi has become more and more common wherever someone goes, there is still no telling when I might actually hear from him. Therefore, I want passwor... read more

Add This To Your PCS Binder: A Home Safety Audit Our friends at Armed Forces Insurance have served the military community for over 130 years, and protecting your family is their top priority. That is why Military Bridge and Armed Forces Insurance have teamed up to provide your military family with this important reminder, as well as tips to perform a safety audit in your new home. Military families are unique in that they often face frequent moves.Military members and families move an average of once every three years.In fact, the average child in a military family will move six to nine times... read more

The Best and Worst of Hickam AFB You either love Hawai’i or you don’t love Hawai’i. I knew people who resented not having cooler weather or who didn’t like sand or beaches. What?! We were surprised to get stationed there for three years. Living in Hawai’i isn’t the same as a vacation there. But every single day, there’s a rainbow! We lived on base. My son was born in Hawaii. We loved it and the kids still call it home. We long to go back! I couldn’t limit my list to just 10 items! Best of Hickham AFB 1. Beaches All beaches are open to the public. We love the beach life! About the Author: Jenn... read more

Story by: Senior Airman Krystal Wright (502nd Air Base Wing) To make PCS moves a smoother process for military families, the Department of Defense has launched a new website that allows them to submit an online request for child care before they even get to their next destination. This single online gateway provides access to comprehensive information on military-operated and military-subsidized child care options worldwide, according to the new Military Child Care website, http://www.militarychildcare.com . Through this system, military families are able to update their online profile, searc... read more