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December 06, 2010

Ask the Milies: Checklist for PCS?

Posted 09:00AM on December 06 2010 by Jacqueline Goodrich | User Comments (27) Categories: Ask the Milies, Jacqueline de Moore Goodrich, Spouse Issues | Tags: Ask the milies, Dity, Jacqueline goodrich, Military moving, Pcs

You know those wedding planners that you can buy from Barnes and Noble that have a month-by-month or week-by-week checklist for planning a wedding?  Is there any similar resource for PCSing (both DITY and military move)?  I know I really could have used one, since this was my first PCS! ~JG

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October 27, 2010

Ask the Milies: New Army wife info for Flores23

Posted 19:36PM on October 27 2010 by Jacqueline Goodrich | User Comments (20) Categories: Ask the Milies, Jacqueline de Moore Goodrich, Spouse Issues | Tags: Army, Ask the milies, Jacqueline goodrich, Military spouse

Hello everyone... I have been engaged to my soldier for about 2 years and we are finally tying the knot next year after he gets back from deployment. Now I would like as much information for a new army wife as possible.

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October 15, 2010

Ask the Milies: A question from a seasoned veteran.

Posted 20:08PM on October 15 2010 by Jacqueline Goodrich | User Comments (6) Categories: Ask the Milies, Jacqueline de Moore Goodrich, Spouse Issues, veterans | Tags: Ask the milies, Deployment, Housing, Jacqueline goodrich, Vietnam

We felt this question was very important to post. It wasn't from someone seeking help and advice for a current military family, but something a veteran wife wanted to know about how this new generation of wives is living.

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September 28, 2010

Ask the Milies: To stay in or not to stay in?

Posted 22:50PM on September 28 2010 by Jacqueline Goodrich | User Comments (6) Categories: Ask the Milies, Jacqueline de Moore Goodrich, Spouse Issues | Tags: Ask the milies, Jacqueline goodrich, Military spouse, Reserves, Retirement

My husband has served 12 years (including two year long deployments and probably another real soon) with the Army Reserves. For him to consider getting out when his enlistment is up, before he has 20 or 30 years in, would forgo all those years working towards a retirement. Not many people have a guaranteed retirement these days, sure the amount might not be a huge, but it’s something for the future!

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