Airman Mary Ann Hubany, a security forces specialist, checks a driver's military identification card for positive identification before allowing the vehicle to enter the U.S. military compound at an operating base in Southwest Asia on February 23, 1998. (DoD photo)

Licenses From 5 States Banned at DoD Bases

By Jim Garamone | DoD News, Defense Media Activity Defense Department installations will no longer accept driver’s licenses from Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico and Washington as proof...

Army Names Best Post Financial Institutions

Army Names Best Post Financial Institutions

By C. Todd Lopez The Army recently named two financial institutions that operate on its installations as being the best among their peers in 2014. Out of the 31 nominees, Fort Hood National Bank, or...

How Your Children Affect Your VA Loan

How Your Children Affect Your VA Loan

by Samantha Reeves For many people, having children is one of the most rewarding experiences of their lives. But with great reward comes great responsibility. Did you know your child could have a...

Captain Lowell Crow, Commanding Officer, Naval Weapons Station (WPNSTA) Yorktown, presents Ashley Laginestra with $500 as the 2011 recipient of the Nick and Mary Mathew's Scholarship. Laginestra, the daughter of MMCS Jody Reynolds of the Naval Submarine Torpedo Facility, is a senior at Bruton High School and will be attending Liberty University in the fall. This TRICARE change will affect young adult children of military personnel. (U.S. Navy photo)

TRICARE Young Adult premiums to increase

Premiums for the Military Health System’s benefit plan for adult children between 23 and 26 years old have been announced. The premiums for TRICARE Young Adult (TYA) program will increase on Jan...

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Urgent Care – Phone First

by Bennett Leigh When unexpected medical care is needed, especially after hours or on weekends, it can be difficult to know what type of care you need and where to go. Urgent care facilities have...