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In the News
When it comes to housing, we are failing military families
For military families stationed in the Puget Sound region, finding affordable housing can be a significant struggle.
Hungry military families are bad for America
After 14 years and 10 moves, military spouse Jamie S. finds herself unable, in her words, to “put food in our boys’ bellies” because the duty station her husband is assigned to is expensive, and she’s unable to work because child care is too high and jobs aren’t flexible enough to accommodate her husband’s training and deployments.
What Is Your Role In Our Freedom?
As the world continues to witness the courage, commitment, and resilience of the Ukrainian people, their incredible effort reminds us once again that freedom is not free, it comes at a price.
U.S. Rep. Pat Ryan’s bill would extend health coverage for military children
WEST POINT — Vicki and her husband Thomas “TJ” Jackson’s 20-year military career has been a journey of constant deployments: From Germany to Virginia, Colorado to South Carolina, and California to New York, where they live now.
It’s good news: Pastosa of West Brighton contributes to Military Food Pantry at Fort Wadsworth
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The Staten Island Giving Circle, an organization that assists underserved children, senior citizens, military veterans and homeless, continues to be on the look out for new and innovative ways to assist borough residents in need.
US Department of Labor welcomes 7 new program partners to deliver career assistance to transitioning service members, spouses
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor announced today its Veterans’ Employment and Training Service has signed a memorandum of understanding with seven new partners for the agency’s Employment Navigator and Partnership Pilot. With these additions, a total of 47 partners now support the initiative.
Biden orders study of military pay and benefits to ensure troops are properly compensated
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Tuesday directed the Pentagon to begin reviewing military pay and benefits to make certain service members are being paid fairly and can afford basic needs such as food and housing.
BP Fossella says NYC should prioritize supporting struggling military families over funding migrant crisis
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — “Are we focusing on the people that matter the most, on the things that matter most and the priorities that matter most? Or are we just throwing money into thin air on things that really don’t?” said Staten Island Borough President Vito Fossella at a press conference outside of Fort Wadsworth on Thursday.
Military families contend with high inflation and housing costs
Many Americans are dealing with high inflation and expensive housing costs, including service members and their families. For those who’ve had to move to new posts recently, it’s been especially tough.
Fishing clinics help military families build community and a connection to nature — a rare constant for families conditioned to change
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