Military Families

Florida Georgia Line, Adam Devine and Chef Robert Irvine entertained troops during the World’s Biggest USO Show this week. Here were some of our favorite parts of it.
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The defense secretary just announced another change to the policy allowing troops to transfer their GI Bill education benefits to their kids, and it’s good news for active-duty wounded warriors.
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Two Quantico Middle/High School students got to see what it was like to be a reporter during this year’s MCEC National Training Seminar.
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He fled from a destabilized Haiti and built himself a life as a U.S. soldier. Retired Army Capt. Jean Jeudy has quite the story to tell.
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As the U.S. gets set to accept possible remains of men killed during the Korean War, the DPAA says similar transfers in the past have helped many families find closure.
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