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One thing that all Army families can relate to is the exciting, sad, happy, draining, often frustrating experience of a permanent change of station (or PCS for short). This year brings additional challenges to the PCS process, and the Army is taking steps to relieve the stress for Soldiers and their families. (more)
By James Brantley, August 3, 2021
When a Soldier or a Department of the Army civilian receives Permanent Change of Station orders for their next assignment, the upcoming move and all that is involved can be a stressful time.
Even so for a move to Kwajalein in the beautiful Marshall Islands, located halfway between Hawaii and Australia.
Before COVID-19, a PCS to Kwajalein was a lot different than it is now. (more)
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Falls Church, VA, May 23, 2022 - The shortage of baby formula is having an impact on millions of families. This includes military families living in the U.S. and overseas. It’s important you know what TRICARE does and doesn’t cover. Here are a few questions and answers about infant formula coverage to help.
ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, IL, May 20, 2022 - May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it comes at a time when active-duty and veteran suicides are at alarming levels. The U.S. Army, and the U.S. Army Sustainment Command in particular, are making enormous efforts to help Soldiers, Civilians and their families be aware of mental health problems and offer support and services to those who need them.