April 26, 2012

Q. Can a spouse travel with military spouse (marines) on a training deployment overseas that will last 6 months? Thanks, First Time Deployment Rookie Not on the Military’s dime (unless his orders state that dependents are authorized). However, if you want to pay for your own air fare, lodging, food, and other expenses as well as […]

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August 5, 2011

Q. Dear Military Spouse: My husband has been distant since coming home from deployment. Is this normal? A. It is completely normal! In fact, it is one of the stages of the reintegration process. It can take a while for a couple’s relationship to get back on track. It’s important to remember not to push […]

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November 19, 2010

The DCOE has created a toolkit for Military members and their families called This Emotional Life. This toolkit is filled with information to help better understand the range of emotions and stress that can accompany deployments (before, during, and after). Also provides resources to help with the transitions. The price is free (and so is […]

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April 18, 2008

PUBLISHED: April 18, 2008 UPDATED: November 2, 2009 We all hate deployments, but unfortunately most of us will have to experience at least one. While your spouse is away there are important safety tips you need to remember to keep yourself safe while your loved one is away: Try not to follow a daily routine. […]

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