Military life is an adventure.
Where will it take you next?
Change is always good,
with the right perspective.
Constant change can take its toll on a military family. Stay ahead of each move and transition with SpouseLink, where other Military Spouses like you who have been in your shoes share their advice and stories on how to get through it all, no matter if you’re new to military life or have been around the block a few times. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Try searching for a keyword.
Dreading the impending “doom” of making a PCS move? AAFMAA Mortgage Services has your back with 5 tips to make your next move easier. Get insights on SpouseLink.
Times may be tough at the moment, but the future can look brighter than ever with the proper planning. See how with insights from AAFMAA Wealth Management & Trust, on SpouseLink.
The first African-American Marines endured grueling training at Montford Point Camp, breaking ground — and breaking racial barriers — to transform the face of the Corps. Learn more from Lieutenant Colonel Kisha Flagg on SpouseLink.
Whether the move you make is domestic or overseas, it can be a challenge to pull all of the pieces together while maintaining your sanity. See 3 tips from a MilSpouse on SpouseLink.
Re-entry into the U.S. can present challenges to servicemembers and their military families. Learn more about reverse culture shock on SpouseLink.
Moving can be overwhelming. Making a military move every couple of years can be even more daunting. So, what to do? Check out the 6-month planner from AAFMAA Mortgage Services on SpouseLink.
For Servicemembers who meet eligibility requirements, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Department of Defense (DoD) may provide a final resting place for them and their loved ones. Learn more during AAFMAA”s upcoming free webinar. Get the details on SpouseLink.
Getting ready to make a move out of the service? AAFMAA Wealth Management & Trust can help you through it with a little expert insight. Learn more on SpouseLink.
A new program for Marine Corps spouses will allow them to get up to $500 back on licensing and registration fees after a PCS move. For those that need a license to work, a PCS should not be a detriment to their career. Learn more on SpouseLink.
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