Tacoma local favorites

14 Local Favorites in Tacoma, WA

By Stephanie Montague, Military Spouse Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) is often considered one of the best CONUS duty stations, especially if you like the outdoors. When you explain to civilians where it’s located, you might simply say “it’s near Seattle,” because many people don’t know where Tacoma is. Tacoma Local Favorites Tacoma definitely doesn’t have Read more about 14 Local Favorites in Tacoma, WA[…]

Four Ways to Celebrate Military Spouse Appreciation Day 2018

By Carla Olivo, USMC Spouse If you are like me, your husband probably has no clue that Military Spouse Appreciation Day is a thing. And that’s ok with me because my fellow mil-spouses know and that’s truly who I like to celebrate with anyway! Military Spouse Appreciation Day 2018 Thirty-four years ago, President Ronald Reagan Read more about Four Ways to Celebrate Military Spouse Appreciation Day 2018[…]

Tinker

Your Tinker AFB Bucket List

By Lyndsey Borden, Army Veteran Many military families create a “Bucket List” of things to do and see each time they PCS to a new location. Tinker Air Force Base sits in the heart of Oklahoma. There are plenty of fun places to visit while your family is stationed here. Some of these great options Read more about Your Tinker AFB Bucket List[…]

Pensacola

Your Pensacola Bucket List

By Rebecca Alwine, Army Spouse Nine things to do in Pensacola… no matter how long you’re stationed there! My time in Pensacola was short, and we knew that from the beginning, so we set off our very first weekend in town to make the most of it. We left the navy lodge on the beach Read more about Your Pensacola Bucket List[…]

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[…]

Laura Schofield

Why I Love Being Stationed at Camp Lejeune

By Laura Schofield, USMC Spouse The last time our family was waiting for orders, we had three possibilities: Camp Lejeune, Miramar, or Kaneohe Bay. I’m originally from the West Coast, and I was so ready to be stationed back on the Pacific Ocean after two years in Florida. And then, we got orders up to Read more about Why I Love Being Stationed at Camp Lejeune[…]

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![…]

Out & About San Antonio Spring Edition

Out & About San Antonio Spring Edition

Parades and Festivals are what San Antonio is all about in the spring. Whether stationed at Randolph AFB, Lackland AFB, or Fort Sam Houston, there is no shortage of things to see and do in Old San Antonio. So get ready to get out and about and make this spring one to remember! Out & Read more about Out & About San Antonio Spring Edition[…]

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[…]