Military Minute: How To Thank A Veteran

Video:  Sometimes it’s hard to know what to say when you see a veteran or uniformed servicemember. Go beyond a canned response and show your appreciation in a personal and meaningful way. Take a look and see: Learn more!

Hunting and Fishing on Military Installations

On The Hunt by R. Brian Williams If the smell of the woods and the crunch of leaves under your boots are sensations that you look forward to throughout the year because fall means hunting, count yourself fortunate that you are a member of the U.S. military. Some of the best hunting locations out there […]

4 Hobbies Vets Take on After the Military

by Bianca Strzalkowski  You may find yourself with a void after leaving the structured environment of a military career. Whether you are taking time to decide on what to do next, retiring for good, or have a scattered new schedule, it is likely you will be missing all or some of the way of life […]

NC Leading the Change In Veteran Programs

If you’re like me you’re aware of the 40,000 military and veterans charities in America.  As military families, we’ve grown a healthy degree of skepticism to protect ourselves from scams or just plain disappointment.  Don’t get me wrong, most of these non-profits and programs have the best of intentions, but it doesn’t guarantee they won’t […]

Dig deeper. Demand more.

Content Sponsored by Oregon State University Six years in the U.S. Navy gave Albert Diaz a lifetime of experiences, knowledge, and friendships from coast to coast. It was a demanding time for him and his family. When he transitioned to civilian life, he wanted more of the same. That’s why Albert, using his post-9/11 G.I. Bill, […]

BRS and Military Divorce

by Andrea Downing The new Blended Retirement System goes into effect Jan. 1, 2018, bringing huge changes to the entire military retirement system. The BRS not only will affect the retirement system, but other aspects of the military, as well. AmeriForce Media and Military Families Magazine are taking a closer look at the BRS system […]

Leisure Time in America (Infographic)

Leisure time in America 96 of people age 15 and over who engage in some sort of leisure activity, on an average day. From 2003 to 2016, the percentage of people who participated in sports, exercise, or recreation on an average day rose from 17 to 21% Men spent 44 minutes per day more in […]

2017 Holiday Gift Guide

The holidays are just around the corner, and the time to make those gift lists is now. Here are a few ideas for you this holiday season. For Dad Wahl’s Stainless Steel Lithium Ion Trimmer (MSRP $69.99) offers impressive features including innovative green smart-charge technology, which shuts the unit off after it is fully charged. […]

U.S and Allies Newest Joint Operation: The Veteran Front

When I was deployed to the Middle East I served along side a British tank unit.  These joint military operations have been the norm for many years and seem to be growing more frequent as our military’s mission evolves internationally. Now, that kind of military cooperation is moving beyond the battlefield. Allies are taking learnings […]

Budget-Friendly Holiday Shopping Strategies

by Janet Farley Oops! You blinked and now the holidays are right around the corner. If you haven’t been faithfully stashing cash in a holiday fund throughout the year to offset gift-giving costs now, don’t panic. We have you covered with these budget friendly shopping strategies. Make a list. Shorten the list. You may have […]

Military Minute – The Forever GI Bill Explained

Take a minute (or two) to watch our newest video! The Forever GI Bill means big things for your education. Take a look and see: