Happy Father’s Day to all of our military dads. We appreciate the dedication from all our service member’s dads, stepdads, grandfathers, and uncles who have been ‘boots-on-the-ground’ supporting their sons, daughters, and grandchildren. In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson went to Spokane to speak in a Father’s Day celebration and wanted to make Father’s Day a… Read More ›
Discover the history of the annual holiday and check out 13 facts about the American flag and how to properly display it. When the American Revolution broke out in 1775, the colonists weren’t fighting united under a single flag. Instead, most regiments participating in the war for independence against the British fought under their own… Read More ›
The Spring 2022 Stars and Stripes Military Transition Guide is now available to Service Members and Veterans on bases and military communities in the US, Europe, the Pacific, and the Middle East! In this Spring 2022 edition: -How to look for “Veterans Recruitment Appointment” hiring when applying for Government Civilian jobs -Transition Advice from Kelly… Read More ›
The American Red Cross Hero Care Network enables us to provide critical services to military members, veterans, and their families all over the world. They can access these Red Cross services by downloading the FREE Red Cross Hero Care App on any Apple or Android device. The Hero Care Network offers confidential services to all veterans and their families… Read More ›
Navy recruits will complete 10 weeks of boot camp in 2022, rather than the eight weeks that have been the standard. (article adapted from NavyTimes.com) The additional two weeks of Basic Military Training at Recruit Training Command aboard Naval Station Great Lakes, Illinois, will be devoted to the completion of a “Sailor for Life” module that targets the conversion… Read More ›
October 13, 2021, marks the Navy’s 246th birthday. This year, the theme of the Navy’s birthday celebration is “Resilient and Ready,” which organizers claim speaks to the history of the Navy and being “able to shake off disaster,” which includes the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Navy’s birthday received its first official recognition in 1972 by… Read More ›
Serving in the military, both enlisted and as an officer, can be overwhelming, especially financially. The military brings new opportunities, as well as challenges. From transitioning from base to base, long deployments, and the general demands of serving Although there may be a lot on your mind, one thing to consider early on is the… Read More ›
Military quotes have an incredible intensity of courage and stamina around them. Originated by the brave men and women who fight in wars, face demanding environments, and support humanitarian efforts around the globe, it is no wonder we experience goosebumps when we hear or read their powerful words. The Way of the Warrior compiled the… Read More ›
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