Military Family Lifestyle Survey
Our 2015 Comprehensive Report and survey findings will be released on October 28, 2015, followed by a panel discussion held on October 29, 2015.
Active-duty military members make up only one percent of our American population, willingly missing both small moments and huge milestones at home while taking on the responsibility of protecting our country. And when our troops serve, so do their families. That’s where Blue Star Families steps in – working to support and encourage the resiliency of military families around the world.
The largest of its kind, the Annual Military Family Lifestyle Survey is one of the most important resources for information about the current state of the military community and is used by government officials from the White House, Congress, the DOD, and state and local officials to help understand the unique needs and challenges of military families.
More than 6,000 respondents from every branch and level of service, including veterans and family members, participated in the 2015 Annual Military Family Lifestyle Survey. For the second year, Blue Star Families is working with Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF), an academic organization widely recognized as a leader in military, veteran, and military family research, to develop, field, and analyze the survey.
Funding for the 2015 Annual Military Family Lifestyle Survey is provided through the generosity of our presenting sponsor USAA, Rent-A-Center, Health Net Federal Services, Lockhead Martin Corporation, United Healthcare Military & Veterans, Facebook, and the USO.
2014 Annual Military Lifestyle Survey
For survey results from the previous years, please contact Sherrie Wilcox, Ph.D., CHES, the Director of Research and Policy at email@example.com.