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Blue Star Families is the source for all things military family-related. With chapters and members located across the country and around the world, we offer a constantly-growing resource for the media to get in touch with real families, from all branches of service and all walks of life.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 25, 2015 Facebook, Blue Star Families and USAA teamed up and released an online safety guide designed specifically for military families. The guide provides information on the safety policies and tools Facebook provides to help service…Read More
BSF In the News
For many, imagining life in the United States Armed Forces might conjure Cold War–era thoughts of military bases dotting the globe, populated by young males. But today, some 65 to 70% of service members live outside of a military installation, many…Read More
Recently introduced Congressional legislation would forgive student loan debt for eligible caregivers to veterans. The bill, introduced by U.S. Reps, Mike Turner, R-Dayton, and Gerald Connolly, D-Va., would amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 to make Veterans Affairs-designated primary…Read More
Artesian Alliance members Chehaw Park & Zoo, the Flint RiverQuarium, and Thronateeska Heritage Center are joining museums nationwide as participants in the return of the Blue Star Museums program for summer 2021. The program provides free admission to the nation’s…Read More
For Natasha Pearson, being a stay-at-home mom during the COVID-19 pandemic has had its financial challenges. Pearson lives on Joint Base Cape Cod with her husband, David, an electrician on board the U.S. Coast Guard Sanibel based in Woods Hole.…Read More
Charles Eggleston served more than 16 years in the Army – and more than 3 years as a patient at Walter Reed after being hit by a roadside bomb on his 3rd tour in Iraq. “I’ve had all kinds of…Read More
Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 15 will be the start of the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire’s Military Appreciation Summer, during which all current and retired military personnel and their immediate family members are invited to play at no cost.…Read More