4 Reasons Why You Should Avoid Space-A Travel Over the Holidays

By Stephanie Montague, Military Spouse With the holidays approaching, many members of the military community must travel long distances to spend time with loved ones. These trips can get expensive if you have to buy plane tickets for the whole family. Seems like a great time to save money by flying Space-A, right? Well, maybe not. Read more about 4 Reasons Why You Should Avoid Space-A Travel Over the Holidays[…]

Your Southern California Bucket List

By Lizann Lightfoot, Military Spouse One thing I love about military life is that it has let us live all over the world and experience a variety of locations and cultures. Whether we live near cities or in the middle of nowhere, I like to find unusual activities that only the locals know about. It Read more about Your Southern California Bucket List[…]

Fun Day Trips from Randolph AFB

By Carla Olivo, Marine Spouse The year-round nice weather and relatively mild temperatures of San Antonio makes it easy to get out and about to enjoy the local area. Here are some great ideas for things to do. All are within a day’s drive of Randolph AFB. A Day at the Beach Approximately 150 miles Read more about Fun Day Trips from Randolph AFB[…]

Space A Ingenuity At It’s Best

By John W Jackson Jr, USAF Ret. When traveling Space A it’s always nice to have hotel reservations ahead of time. It is one less thing to have to worry about. Of course, things don’t always go as planned and sometimes you have to make last minute sleeping arrangements. Or you are forced to find Read more about Space A Ingenuity At It’s Best[…]

Fun Day Trips from Fort Hood

By Carla Olivo, Marine Spouse They call it “The Great Place” and despite the fact that Fort Hood is one of the largest military installations in the country, you may want to venture out a bit during your time there. Located in central Texas, Fort Hood is an easy drive to some amazing surrounding cities. Read more about Fun Day Trips from Fort Hood[…]

Out and About Fort Hood – Fall Edition

By Jenah Wieczorek, Army Spouse The kids are back in school. The weather SHOULD cool down at some point, and the Great Place is buzzing with family-friendly activities. Here are some ideas to get out and about. Check out these Fort Hood fall events. AROUND(ish) TOWN SEPTEMBER Movies on the Lawn:Sing! – September 16th from 7:30pm-10:30pm Read more about Out and About Fort Hood – Fall Edition[…]

Fun Day Trips from Hampton Roads

By Carla Olivo, Marine Spouse Twenty-six miles of Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay beaches, wildlife refuges, scenic rivers, state parks, botanical gardens, 8,000+ acres of forests, 30 miles of hiking trails, and two fresh-water reservoirs will definitely keep you busy if you’ve recently relocated to the Hampton Roads/Newport News/Virginia Beach area. But if you are Read more about Fun Day Trips from Hampton Roads[…]

Possible Space A Program Changes for “Gray Area” Military Retirees 

By John W Jackson Jr, USAF Ret.  While Space A is a privilege for retirees, there are some retirees that do not have this privilege. There are different categories of retirees, some are eligible for Space A and some are not. But there are efforts to change the eligibility requirements. For a retiree to be Read more about Possible Space A Program Changes for “Gray Area” Military Retirees […]

How to Improve Your Chances of Space A Seat Selection

By John W Jackson Jr, USAF Ret.  Flying on military Space A is one of the better privileges awarded to military members, active and retired.  Here are some of the ways to improve your chances of obtaining a seat on a flight. There are a few good strategies to remember to gain as much of Read more about How to Improve Your Chances of Space A Seat Selection[…]