Black Friday and Cyber Monday are behind us .. Phew! Now it's time to sit down and find the PERFECT gift for the person we love the most. Some advice from Chaplain Mark Phillips.
Since often times military families don't live near parents or siblings, the holidays are spent traveling to see our peeps. But like all military families, we are reminded that staying pliable and semper gumby is one skill that is especially necessary during this time of year.
Megan Glynn, the Air Force Spouse of the Year, and her gorgeous family are all smiles. Why? Read about their homecoming and how this family got through their fifth deployment.
Military Officers Association of America and Blue Star Families Kick off the New Year with Military Spouse Symposium and Career Fair in San Diego
Military spouses, service members and veterans are invited to attend the free military Spouse Symposium & Career Fair 2012 “Keeping a Career on the Move,” co-hosted by the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) and Blue Star Families, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, January 26, at the San Diego Convention Center.
Start your engines and get your pens handy! NASCAR is teaming up with Blue Star Families and Operation Honor Cards! Read about it here.
Although Fort Huachuca is the only military installation in the state without a post library, its schools and military dependents will have an opportunity to receive library-quality books when the Books on Bases literacy program comes to the Murr Community Center on Saturday, Nov. 19 at 10 a.m.
If you have leadership skills, the ability to recruit and develop a team, and experience working with and developing volunteers, please review this opportunity with Blue Star Families.
The University of Michigan is hosting a parenting group program for military families. There are a few spots left so get a jump on it here and now.
Leave it to veteran grandparents to step up to the plate for military children. Read a heartwarming story about some former military men and women who have become foster grandparents for some lucky mil-kids. Read on ...
Coming Home Series presented by Walmart is a free, confidential set of small-group facilitated sessions designed to help foster positive reconnections between family members and help service members reintegrate into civilian life.