Goldsboro NC

Moving to Goldsboro NC? What Military Families Need to Know.

By Wendi Iacobello, Army Spouse Seymour Johnson Air Force Base is the only active Air Force Base in North Carolina, since the Army took over Pope AFB at Fort Bragg.  It is situated in Goldsboro NC and is home to over 4,000 service members. PCSing t0 Seymour Johnson AFB? Seymour Johnson AFB was activated in Read more about Moving to Goldsboro NC? What Military Families Need to Know.[…]

realtor

One Mil-family’s Experience with a Little-known Resource

We are a community made up of military families, working together to pass along vital information to other military families. Over the years, thousands of you have joined with us to provide the crucial information we all need when orders arrive. Serving as the go-between for mil-families and helping to make the PCS process as Read more about One Mil-family’s Experience with a Little-known Resource[…]

Decisions! Decisions! An Apartment or A House?

By Rebecca Alwine, Army Spouse As a military family, one of our main concerns is where are we going to live. Over the course of the last ten years, we’ve had to make many housing decisions ranging from living on or off the installation, renting or buying, and even apartment or a house. Deciding Between Read more about Decisions! Decisions! An Apartment or A House?[…]

Why Living On-Base is (sometimes) Harder When You PCS

By Lauren Lomsdale, USMC Spouse With every PCS comes the question: where are we going to live? Our family has lived both on and off-base, and we have loved both for different reasons. Living off-base provided us with a home that we called our own, lots of land, and an opportunity for me to start Read more about Why Living On-Base is (sometimes) Harder When You PCS[…]

Our Top 4 Posts to Help You Decide Whether to Rent or Buy a Home

By Carla Olivo, PCSgrades Strategic Communications Director Decide Whether to Rent or Buy a Home Each time you PCS, the decision has to be made whether to live on-post/base or off. If you decide to live out in town, will you rent or buy? To help you with these choices, we put together a list Read more about Our Top 4 Posts to Help You Decide Whether to Rent or Buy a Home[…]

Camp Lejeune

Moving to Camp Lejeune? What Military Families Need to Know.

Is Eastern North Carolina is your next destination in this fabulous adventure we love to call military life? Well, welcome to the Crystal Coast! Camp LeJeune, North Carolina is located so close to the beach that we actually have one on the base! Let’s dive in to what you need to know about living in Read more about Moving to Camp Lejeune? What Military Families Need to Know.[…]

Fort Knox

Moving to Fort Knox?  What Military and Veteran Families Need to Know.

By Jenny Hale, The Military Social Media Guru Fort Knox is a great place to live with a ton of things to do in the area.  The installation may be on the small side, but it has very important missions for the Army, including being home to Cadet Command and the Human Resources Command. Your Read more about Moving to Fort Knox?  What Military and Veteran Families Need to Know.[…]

REALTOR®

Our Top Go-To Articles on Finding this Key Person for Your Next PCS…. Your REALTOR®

By Carla Olivo, PCSgrades Strategic Communications Director Once those orders arrive, there is a mad dash to get on with your PCS. From searching for great neighborhoods and schools, (Check out PCSgrades!) to deciding whether to live on-base or off, there is a lot to do! Finding a REALTOR® One of the hardest is finding Read more about Our Top Go-To Articles on Finding this Key Person for Your Next PCS…. Your REALTOR®[…]

Fort Bragg

Moving to Fort Bragg, N.C.? What Military Families Need to Know

By Wendi Iacobello, Army Spouse Fort Bragg, N.C. Fort Bragg, N.C. is the home of the 82nd Airborne Division, Special Operations Forces, 18th Airborne Corps, Air Force, and PsyOps. It is one of the largest Army installations in the world and is home to more than 50,000 active duty soldiers. Built in 1918, Fort Bragg spans Read more about Moving to Fort Bragg, N.C.? What Military Families Need to Know[…]

PCSing with Fido & Fluffy

Tips for PCSing with Fido​ & Fluffy

By Natasha Harth, USMC Spouse PCSing Moving can bring a whirlwind of emotions for the entire family, and it can be especially difficult for those that don’t have a voice. I don’t just mean our children. Well, in a way they are our children. I’m talking about our pets! Integral members of the family, yet Read more about Tips for PCSing with Fido​ & Fluffy[…]