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The call for nominations for “Military Spouse of the Year” started last week, and lasts until December 7th.
September is the month of Suicide Prevention in the Army.
So being a Army Wife, I have learned that you don't need a plot of land to grow fresh vegetables. Many vegetables are pretty easy to grow in pots or containers.
I have seen this first hand of the volunteers who have put their heart into this home.
The deadline is August 2nd. While all of this is going on, thousands of military families are hanging by the wayside
The Military Spouse Employment Partnership program is an expansion of the Army Spouse Employment Partnership program.
For the last 11 years we have always celebrated the 4th of July at the military installation where we were stationed at. For the past 5 years we have been at Fort Bragg.
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