National survey of military families details stressors, successes after 12 years of war all current and veteran service members and their families are encouraged to participate and let their voices be heard
The Pentagon's Defense Suicide Prevention Office hopes Congress will begin tracking suicides among spouses, siblings, and parents. Our survey will do this. Read more
Fired up about more cuts to pensions and commissaries? Me too. But there's a right way and a wrong way to make your voice be heard.
Do you have an active duty Service Member currently deployed in the Army and a child between the ages of 3 and 7. We encourage you to participate in a project that can help our military families greatly. Plus, you will make $50. Bonus!
On May 16, BSF will release the findings from our latest Military Families Lifestyle Survey. If you are in the DC area, join us and New York Times editor Jim Dao, for an interactive discussion.
Is the Turkey in the oven? Mine is! Now while you have a few minutes, take our Military Family Lifestyle Survey ...
What do you mean you haven't taken the survey yet? Need a little inspiration? Here ya go!
Our 2013 Military Family Lifestyle Survey is out. If you are wondering why we ask for your input, here's one reason >>>
A few fast facts about how milfams feel about the Department of Defense efforts to tap into alternative energy sources and other green initiatives.