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JBLM to celebrate Centennial Anniversary

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JBLM to celebrate Centennial Anniversary

Joint Base Lewis-McChord is the site of two important 100th anniversary celebrations.  With 10 decades of service and training under its belt, the joint base celebrates all who have lived and served on base with family-friendly events open to Department of Defense ID card holders and the general public. It's

The Boeing Classic shows military appreciation

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The Boeing Classic shows military appreciation

Get your golf clap and your uniform ready; the annual Boeing Classic returns to North Bend, Aug. 21-27, at the beautiful Club at Snoqualmie Ridge. In conjunction with the PGA TOUR Champions tournament, family-friendly events for servicemembers (retired, active and Reserve) and their family will be held on Military Appreciation Day,

Civilian job in mind?

Jobs & Education

Civilian job in mind?

At some point in your military life, you decide what you want to do post-service. That might be 20 or even 30 years in, but the realization eventually comes that it's time to move on. Likely, you'll pursue something else professionally. Or maybe you'll retire and call it quits on

Tips and tricks to using your GI Bill

Jobs & Education

Tips and tricks to using your GI Bill

Since it was first introduced in the 1940s, the GI Bill has been helping veterans obtain higher education and training. Originally added as a benefit for those serving in World War II (vs. cash payouts to WWI vets), the program lets soldiers test for scholarships and free schooling.  In the decades

Spouses: consider a new career at a new base

Jobs & Education

Spouses: consider a new career at a new base

So you're PCSing again ... or for the first time. No matter how many times you've moved, there's plenty of change that comes with picking up and moving. There's a new house, new friends, a new grocery store - and new highways to navigate to get to the grocery store. And

Why bases get a bad rap

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Why bases get a bad rap

So you're headed to a new military post - or you're making a list of places you'd like to go, or rather, not to go. In that process, you're recalling things you've heard in the past. Maybe you're researching online to see what others have to say. And chances are,

In Memory Program

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In Memory Program

On June 17, Vietnam veterans were added to the In Memory Program in Washington, D.C. In addition, five fallen soldiers from Washington state were among those on the list. The Memory Program serves as an induction for those whose time was cut short because of the war. (Due to long-term

Companies that support vets every time you shop

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Companies that support vets every time you shop

You've heard of doing a good deed for the day - but what if you could do good deeds while shopping? Not just when you set out to be a good Samaritan. Or if you could help others while scheduling errands and/or services that already need to be done. A

Seven homemade goods you can ship downrange

Military Life

Seven homemade goods you can ship downrange

Deployment is rough all around; there's no denying that fact. It's hard on both the soldiers who are away as well as for those back home. One way to help make it easier is to make and ship items to those located overseas. Not only is it a little piece

Banking on box sales

Military Life

Banking on box sales

You've heard of them, you might have even seen signs and dates, but do you really know what all there is to a commissary box sale? Before the next one is held on your post, take a quick refresher to learn what they have to offer, and just how much

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