Due to the perpetual transience of Army life, the average military child will attend two to four different high schools in the course of their high school career.
The Hands On Children's Museum has begun offering free membership and other benefits to Gold Star families, those who've lost a loved one who was on active duty in the military.
Pacific Medical Center's (PacMed) new Lakewood clinic will be opening May 2, and its US Family Health Plan Program will change the way servicemen and women utilize healthcare.
To help connect military widows and their children and offer support and guidance, Stephanie Groepper started the Washington Warrior Widows group in the summer of 2014.
The PenFed Foundation is a nonprofit organization that strives to help servicemembers and their families meet their financial needs and goals.
As we creep closer to my husband's retirement next summer, I'll tell you what weighs most on our mind: money. Dinero, mullah, scratch.